"One of the problems facing designers involved in providing housing for a mass market, is the problem of the differing aspirations between the designer and the "designed for". All too often the designer is part of a social group that has developed aspirations quite different from the "mass" client he is called on to design for. In the past and even to-day to a certain degree, design education has tended to form leaders of "taste" in architectural design who can cure social problems with "good design" and would inform the public how and in what kind of environment they should live (1)."