Big Box Retail And Sense of Place

Big box developments are altering our built environments and changing how we experience cities.
February 16, 2004, 7am PST | Geoffrey Singer | @GeoffreySinger
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"How we experience a city says a lot about the values inherent within our culture. If our world becomes predominantly made up of parking lots, signage and big box stores, what will happen to our sense of place? Our sense of ourselves?" In this multimedia presentation, the ways in which big box developments affect our environment, our communities, and our economy is explored. [Editor's Note: Macromedia Flash is required to view multimedia content.]

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Published on Sunday, February 15, 2004 in 120seconds
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