Category: urbanism

City Planning From The Bottom Up!

Friday, January 30, 2009 12:19

Originally posted by Earth and other unlikely worlds reblogged by Cluster


Shop in a shipping container, Bemerton Street, North London.
The comment by PapaBear on science fiction writer Paul McAuley’s blog under this post Instant Architecture reads “All I can say is that if you are ready to serve a need, then can you be all wrong? If you are the one to give me my first coffee and morning news, can you be all bad? Just saying…”
Spontaneous city planning is an interesting phenomenom that often manages to respond to city dwellers needs and follow the trends of urban life, perhaps it will shape our cities in the future.

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