"Clear line diagrams and sketches make it easier for the reader, especially if he or she is an architect, to understand the concepts being discussed. I recommend this book to all those who want to know how concepts and ideas from mathematics and physics can be directly relevant to the processes of urbanism."
"Salingaros explains that the 'fractal city' embeds detail and complexity from the largest of scales to the smallest. Probably the most valuable lesson in these pages -- something that permeates just about every essay -- is connectivity."
"Nikos A. Salíngaros está ocupando un lugar imprescindible en la evolución actual de las ideas y el conocimiento sobre arquitectura y urbanismo. Sus teorías sobre las redes urbanas y los nodos de interconexión llevan mucha claridad a la organización de la complejidad."
"I think this is a useful and gentle introduction to ideas about networks in cities. By pulling together his work in this way, Salingaros has done us a service and for those who want to know about new ideas concerning the complexity of cities in terms of networks, this is important reading."
"...an extremely timely exploration..." AND "...a remarkable book, based on rational insights from science, yet focused intensely on achieving humane urbanism. It should provide much needed guidance to all those who care about cities and are concerned with the human-scaled urbanist project." Susan Parham, Chair Council European Urbanism, on the INTBAU site."