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Montgomery County

Mid Century Modern Residence / Studio Twenty Seven Architecture

13:00 - 3 December, 2017
Mid Century Modern Residence / Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, © Anice Hoachlander | Hoachlander Davis Photography
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Adding Green Spaces to Suburbs

13:00 - 4 January, 2012
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The quaint and picturesque suburbs have insulated themselves against the urban environment with miles of highways, strip malls and the traffic between endless sprawl. To get to the artificial nature of surburban streets and parks you must first make an exodus out of the city, arriving in an area that is usually unwalkable: no sidewalks, large streets impossible to cross and large distances between destinations. Kaid Benfield looks at Montgomery County, Maryland’s streetscape initiative to address some of these issues in his article “Fixing Suburbs with Green Streets that Accommodate Everyone”.

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