Beyond pedestrianisation

‘The metropolis has replaced the city, and architecture as a static enterprise has been displaced by architecture as a form of software.’ So writes Lars Lerup in the introduction to After the City. It’s not a statement without meaning, but not a meaning suggested by the title, for in ...

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