Cite Industrielle 4.0: Zoning for the latest Revolution

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The article cites the industry impact of Loh's (LLDS) design practice.

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Although presenting a utopian vision of socialist urbanization and placemaking, French architect-urbanist Tony Garnier’s proposed Cité Industrielle, conceived in the years around 1900, was responding to imperatives that were vastly different from our present-day context. Guest-Editor Jane Burry examines its potential as a beneficial predecessor that may have some important lessons for us in our virtual, synthetic, technologically ubiquitous world. Equally, she also sounds a ‘dystopic alert’. There are always two sides to the urban coin. Page 101.

Period18 Jan 2023

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  • TitleCite Industrielle 4.0: Zoning for the latest Revolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletArchitectural Design
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/SizeChapter 12 Cité Industrielle 4.0: Zoning for the Latest Revolution
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date18/01/23
    DescriptionAlthough presenting a utopian vision of socialist urbanization and placemaking, French architect-urbanist Tony Garnier’s proposed Cité Industrielle, conceived in the years around 1900, was responding to imperatives that were vastly different from our present-day context. Guest-Editor Jane Burry examines its potential as a beneficial predecessor that may have some important lessons for us in our virtual, synthetic, technologically ubiquitous world. Equally she also sounds a ‘dystopic alert’. There are always two sides to the urban coin.
    Producer/AuthorJany Burry
    URLhttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/ad.2899
    PersonsPaul Ling Leong Loh