Urbanism Without Effort
Wolfe uses the example of a "movie night" in a Seattle residential alley as "an important reminder that a city neighborhood can experience community without really trying."
Wolfe believes that planners "...try awfully hard-sometimes too hard, in my opinion-to extol the virtues of the city by proselytizing and debating ideas and opportunities."
"The best urbanism is that which is already there to be nurtured, a practice that I highly recommend," Wolfe concludes.
Thanks to Chuck Wolfe