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Robert A. M. Stern Advocates the Return of the Garden Suburb

Robert A. M. Stern Advocates the Return of the Garden Suburb

The modern suburb has become an unruly sprawl, homogenous in style and over-dependent on the automobile. However, according to Robert A. M. Stern's new manifesto “Paradise Planned: The Garden Suburb and the Modern City,” there is a superior alternative for suburban development that could attract millennials and preserve quality of life in terms of health, economic savings, and physical safety: the centrally planned, pedestrian-friendly garden suburb. You can learn more about Stern’s 1,072 page manifesto on the garden suburb in this article by the New York Times.

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Cite: Connor Walker. "Robert A. M. Stern Advocates the Return of the Garden Suburb" 01 May 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/502457/robert-a-m-stern-advocates-the-return-of-the-garden-suburb> ISSN 0719-8884
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