http://www.vancouverspecial.com/ makes for a perfect
starting point. These houses sprouted like weeds in the 60s and 70s in
Vancouver, and some say have the same aesthetic value.
Every North American region has its own kind of pedestrian residential
architecture. Where are the web sites devoted to the Levittowns, the
suburban townhouses of the mountain states, the strip malls of Southern
California? I found the Suburban Frontyards International Pool at http://flickr.com/groups/354832@N23/pool/,
but they seem to be trying to hard to post photos of interesting buildings.
I want the ordinary that we pass by every day without noticing.