Urbanism in Evolution: New Urbanism and Beyond

Juliana ORourke
15 November 2007
 

This essay outlines an evolutionary interpretation of urbanism, and suggests implications for New Urbanism.

It argues that it is useful to understand urbanism in evolutionary terms, and suggests how an evolutionary perspective can articulate some of the challenges faced by New Urbanism. Here, we first interpret the organic and evolutionary nature of cities – outlining some arguments that are more fully elaborated in another work, Cities Design and Evolution – before directing attention and...

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