Or, Nature Loves Edges: It is almost like there is some universal law of nature that dictates that the more fractal, the more fine grained, the more edged and bordered a habitat is, the more diverse and the more of a wealth of life it can afford to harbor.
Even Further Defintions of the Human Scale as it relates to town and cities. Human scaled materials are those that can be sourced, used, maintained, di…
Further Defintions of the Human Scale as it relates to town and cities, focusing on growth.
Defining the Human Scale as it relates to town and cities: Part I
Hassan Fathy Rediscovers Traditional Egyptian Architecture. A reading of a few pages in the famous 1969 with my running commentary.
The case of the Kyoto canal, or, building cities that can last a thousand years
Of all the questions I get on Twitter the most common is this: “How do you build a town?” We know how it used to be done, but these last two centuries …
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