Big cities favor the distraction we call derive. The derive is a technique for moving around without a goal. It is based on the influence that decor exerts.
All houses are beautiful. Architecture must become thrilling. We cannot take more restrained building ventures into consideration.
The new urbanism is inseparable from economic and social upheavals, which are, happily, inevitable. It is reasonable to think that the revolutionary demands of an epoch are a function of the idea that epoch has of happiness. The valorization of leisure is not, then, a mere pleasantry.
We remind you that this means inventing new games.
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