The Ambiguous City

Todd Reisz reviews "Living in the Endless City," a collection edited by Ricky Burdett, which looks at urban issues in Sao Paulo, Mumbai and Istanbul.
June 29, 2011, 9am PDT | Kristopher Fortin
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Resiz reflects on what he sees as the paradox in urban planning for the world's largest cities:

"Urban planning has taken a back seat to economic planning, if, as some of these writers suggest, there's any planning at all. The world's largest cities have become even greater behemoths, but no one in this book dares to suggest turning our backs on them. There's now little belief in our ability to design them; but can we at least come to terms with them?"

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Published on Monday, June 27, 2011 in The Huffington Post
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