Radiant City

Since the end of World War II one kind of urban residential development has dominated how cities in North American have grown: the suburbs.  In these artificial neighbourhoods, there is a sense of careless sprawl in a car-dominated culture that has ineffectively tried to recreate the more organically grown older communities.

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by Womankind mag on May 10, 2016

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