Cities Without Cities: An Interpretation of the Zwischenstadt

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 19, 2004 - Architecture - 208 pages
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This book investigates the characteristics of today's built environment: no longer simply a city but increasingly large conurbations made up of a number of development clusters, linked by transport routes. The diffusion of the once compact city into a city web, the 'meta city' is mirrored by changes in society from communities with strong social cohesion and interest in their towns and cities to individuals pursing their own goals, with global social links and little interest in their city.

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