Andrés Duany



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Suburban Nation: The Rise o...

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Smart Growth Manual

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The New Civic Art: Elements...

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Towns and Town-Making Princ...

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Garden Cities: Theory & Pra...

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Landscape Urbanism and its ...

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Hertfordshire Guide to Grow...

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“Even the classic American main street, with its mixed-use buildings right up against the sidewalk, is now illegal in most municipalities. Somewhere along the way, through a series of small and well-intentioned steps, traditional towns became a crime in America.”
Andrés Duany, Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream

“There is currently more sprawl covering American soil than was ever intended by its inventors. While there are some people who truly enjoy living in this environment, there are many others who would prefer to walk to school, bicycle to work, or simply spend less time in the car.”
Andres Duany, Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream

“The cities will be part of the country; I shall live 30 miles from my office in one direction, under a pine tree; my secretary will live 30 miles away from it too, in the other direction, under another pine tree. We shall both have our own car. We shall use up tires, wear out road surfaces and gears, consume oil and gasoline. All of which will necessitate a great deal of work … enough for all. —LE CORBUSIER, THE RADIANT CITY (1967)”
Andrés Duany, Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream



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