It seems curious to me that when architects, and their students talk about cities they assume either European cities like London, Paris, or Rome or major American cities like New York, Chicago, Boston, or San Francisco. All of these examples are dense, highly urban cities which were laid out and developed prior to the turn of the 20th Century...
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