Garden Cities of the 21st Century: A Sustainable Path to Suburban Reform

@inproceedings{Vernet2017GardenCO,
  title={Garden Cities of the 21st Century: A Sustainable Path to Suburban Reform},
  author={N. Vernet and A. Coste},
  year={2017}
}
The garden city is often presented as a low-density, unsustainable and space-consuming archetype of suburbanization (Duany, Roberts, & Tallen, 2014; Hall, 2014; Safdie & Kohn, 1997). It has been deliberately also misused by property developers for gated communities (Le Goix, 2003; Webster, 2001). But these projects have little in common with the original concept of garden cities. We argue that the original garden city, as a theory (Howard, 1898) and as experiments (Letchworth and Welwyn Garden… Expand
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