Terms of confusion

All great towns and cities derive both their quality and their character through meaningful graduations of scale, massing and density, reflecting both the character of the site and the functional requirements of the urban elements they contain. Good urbanism creates identifiable, nameable places. No-where urbanism creates no-where places.

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