Alvin Toffler was right. The "third wave" is upon us and cottage industries have sprung up all over. We first travel to the wool towns of West Yorkshire, England where cottage industries began. Then we'll find out how today's architects are designing spaces for a work-at-home society starting with a look at it's beginnings in Flamborough and Heptonstall, England, a modern home in the Gatineau Hills of Quebec, and a potter's studio in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
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