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To-day the city's gates are in its centre. For its real gates are the railway stations!
The city of to-day can no longer put up a military defence ; its boundaries have
become a confused and stifling zone comparable only to a camp of roving
The town would, in fact, be one immense park ; 1 5 per cent, of it would be built
over, and all the rest planted ; yet it would have a density of population equal to
that of the congested Paris of to-day. Main axial roads fifty yards wide would cut ...
To-day we are deeply interested in the bringing about of a better future : one of its
objects is to avoid these drastic operations. An immense and ... And first I must
make this observation : no city of to-day has a programme for dealing with traffic.
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Le Corbusier presents what he calls a technical solution to existing problems. In the 1920s, these problems were predominantly related to the advent of the motor car, and the need to replace what he ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
THE PACKDONKEYS WAY AND MANS WAY
A CONTEMPORARY CITY
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