Cities for a Small Country

Cities for a Small Country Britain is abandoning its cities and sprawling over green fields Crime congestion and inequality are getting worse Is there an alternative After two years work for the Urban Task Force architect Ric

  • Title: Cities for a Small Country
  • Author: Richard Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780571206520
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Britain is abandoning its cities and sprawling over green fields Crime, congestion and inequality are getting worse Is there an alternative After two years work for the Urban Task Force, architect Richard Rogers and Professor Anne Power set out the problems of cities and propose radical solutions Suburban sprawl, over use of energy, environmental damage, depleted innerBritain is abandoning its cities and sprawling over green fields Crime, congestion and inequality are getting worse Is there an alternative After two years work for the Urban Task Force, architect Richard Rogers and Professor Anne Power set out the problems of cities and propose radical solutions Suburban sprawl, over use of energy, environmental damage, depleted inner cities and marginalised communities will force us to waste less and live compactly We need cites for a small country.This book follows the celebrated Cities for a Small Planet, weaving together architectural and social perspectives Future generations will inherit our cities and land we must make them work.

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    1. Reading this right after William Whyte's The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces, I found Cities for a Small Country a disappointing read. I'd mentioned that Whyte's book did not feel dated at all, even though I was reading it some thirty years after its initial publication in 1980. I can't say the same for Cities for a Small Country, which was published in 2000. The main problem with Cities for a Small Country is that it's largely a descriptive/narrative work with very little by way of analysis, [...]

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