Everyday Urbanism: Why We are All Urbanists

This is the first time I have ever reblogged someone else’s post. But I really rather like this one because it calls on all of us to be observers of the world in which we live and move. Aside from learning about the preservation of Washington Circle, I like the term “Everyday Urbanism” . True, I don’t live in a truly urban area; controlled suburbanism is a better description for it, Yet I think everyone can appreciate the communities they live in, and the life flow that comes from them. I notice the loss of a Tuesday Morning in a village center, A friend notices the life force on the main street of Catonsville. These are good things to be aware of, for it helps prepare us to accept or reject the changes that we will face in the places where we live.


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by nokko on July 30, 2013 at 1:25 am

    Have you read Wolfe’s Urbanism Without Effort? It’s all about this.


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