A better place to live: reshaping the American suburb
A senior editor at Progressive Architecture takes an engaging look at life in America's suburbs, analyzing how the layout of suburbs has actually contributed to discontent and isolation. He also provides alternative designs to make suburban neighborhoods more workable. 92 photos; 10 line drawings.
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Review: A Better Place To Live: Reshaping The American SuburbUser Review - Mary - Goodreads
I'm rocking the suburbs, just like Quiet Riot did ... No really, it's a great book so far. Langdon is the most positive writer I've encountered so far in my literary quest through the realm of urban ... Read full review
The Fractured Metropolis: Improving the New City, Restoring the Old City ...
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TWo Streets and Where They Lead Us
Three The Rise of Marketing and the Decline of Planning
Four Controlling the Neighborhood
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