10225Re: DPZ's latest
- May 4, 2007At the risk of stating the obvious, two observations:
1. With reference to the bottom aerial perspective on the
development's website, that's a lot of roadway, isn't it?
2. Where's the ground-floor light-industrial?
Why is the residential function seen as essentially unproductive? Why
this emphasis on leisure? Who would want to live in a perpetual
holiday resort? A hotel is just a comfortable prison: it doesn't
There's no better model than the medieval agrarian village - for a
working agrarian community. Are these buyers really going to farm?
Will they even be allowed to?
There is one thing lacking in the legacy of the Arts and Crafts
movement, namely a creative appreciation of medieval urban forms. It
belatedly needs to be redressed: but this doesn't quite do it.
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