In a German town about 4,000 miles away, Chelsea Schedler analyzes Lawrenceburg cul-de-sacs.
Researches the county’s curved roads (iconic design unique to subdivisions, Chelsea says) that double back to marked entrances.
Studies American suburban home floor plans essentially worshiping, in Chelsea’s words, “the sanctity of the automobile.”
They say write what you know.
Chelsea, an architecture student and intern living in Germany, dissected what she knew — Lawrenceburg.