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Making Dystopia: Modern Architecture and Planning ruined our cities and places

February 9, 2020

Para-paraphrasing this as it is already perfect:

Making Dystopia, the most gripping and complete account of how architecture and urban planning were corrupted in the 20th and 21st centuries leading to a catastrophic deterioration of the built environment, is a brilliant, thoroughly researched, and completely novel book… This book, surely the greatest of the many written by Professor Stevens Curl, should be read by staff and students in all schools of architecture who are still pursuing destructive, irrelevant, outdated paths, as well as by everyone concerned about the erosion of civilisation itself.” The late David Watkin, Emeritus Professor of the History of Architecture, University of Cambridge

Making Dystopia: The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism

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