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Are "liveable" cities necessarily expensive?
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"It was never about architecture or transport. It was, from the very beginning, about social change and social urbanism. It was about dignity for the citizens. The solutions put into place are amazing, but they are a response to the needs of the citizens and not just urban bling. When you design for recognition, you might make nice, shiny things that hopefully are functional. When you design for social change and dignity, you make beautiful, useful things that will improve lives and last for generations."

Seeing Medellín Through the Eyes of a Copenhagener https://www.citylab.com/life/2017/09/mikael-colville-andersen-the-life-sized-city/539298/?utm_source=feed
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The sad part about dying is that many people will try to prevent the inevitable.
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Building a smart city: How Singapore is forging a path ahead of the rest | Alphr | http://www.alphr.com/life-culture/1005939/building-a-smart-city-how-singapore-is-forging-a-path-ahead-of-the-rest
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"Which cities have the most severe income inequality, class segregation, and unaffordable housing" in the US?
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