The severe effects of the current economic crisis on suburbs across America make it more urgent than ever to rethink the designs of our suburban landscapes. Disconnected single-family homes requiring private automobile transport seem to form a less and less viable pattern of settlement. Read more
AUTHOR: KAREN KUBEY
About Karen Kubey
Karen Kubey is a Brooklyn-based writer and researcher on architecture and housing. She graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a bachelor of arts in architecture and received a master in architecture from Columbia University. These posts draw on research for "Exhibiting Urbanism: MoMA as Advocate for Ideals in Housing and City Planning," co-authored by Priscilla Fraser.
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