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In­fi­ni­te Su­bur­bia si in­ter­ro­ga sul fu­tu­ro del­le aree su­bur­ba­ne. So­lo ne­gli Usa vi­ve in que­ste aree il 69% del­la po­po­la­zio­ne, per­cen­tua­le de­sti­na­ta a cre­sce­re nei pros­si­mi 30 an­ni. Se­con­do gli au­to­ri è dun­que il mo­men­to di chie­der­si co­me que­sta “in­fi­ni­ta pe­ri­fe­ria” pos­sa es­se­re l’oc­ca­sio­ne per da­re vi­ta a mo­del­li so­ste­ni­bi­li e ri­pen­sa­re il con­cet­to stes­so di ur­ba­niz­za­zio­ne. Cin­quan­ta­due i sag­gi. ( On prin­ted pa­per)

In­fi­ni­te Su­bur­bia ex­plo­res the fu­tu­re of su­bur­ban areas. The suburbs are cur­ren­tly ho­me to 69% of the U.S. po­pu­la­tion, a fi­gu­re that is de­sti­ned to grow si­gni­fi­can­tly over the next thir­ty years. The au­thors view this as an op­por­tu­ni­ty to ex­plo­re how this “in­fi­ni­te su­bur­bia” can ge­ne­ra­te mo­dels of sustainable de­ve­lo­p­ment and a re­for­mu­la­tion of the ve­ry con­cept of ur­ba­ni­za­tion. The vo­lu­me in­clu­des 52 es­says.

In­fi­ni­te Su­bur­bia Alan M. Ber­ger e Joel Ko­t­kin wi­th Ce­li­na Bal­de­ras Gu­z­mán Prin­ce­ton Ar­chi­tec­tu­ral Press, 2017 pp. 732, $ 75

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