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more sorry "new urbanism" social order does not spring from design...remaking urban landscapes into "neighborhoods" that look like old time main street will not... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Fred McColly
I find myself reading and re-reading this book more than I should!Published 6 months ago by jokermtb
Great book and really eye opening! I needed to buy this for my Landscape Architecture class at UC Davis. This is a great deal and a great read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jessica
Author is VERY opinionated, but in a sense that is what makes the book exciting. Very fun to read casually, but full of information backing the author's points. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stephanie Eaton
it was a required text for me, it was actually a fun read. I was surprised.Published 9 months ago by Y. Kim
As a civil engineer after reading this book , i now want to stop building crap and start build real cities with real neighborhoods.Published 10 months ago by Phillip Soares