Masterplanners need to banish the blobs

A successful masterplan should be an essay in large-scale architectural composition, but too often they end up merely a collection of arrows and coloured blobs. As we experienced with a masterplanning project in Holland, this can be the fault of the clients and planners as much as the architects.

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