Talk:Unitary urbanism

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Why was this removed[edit]

"(…) I would prefer to define unitary urbanism as a very complex, very changeable, constant activity, a deliberate intervention in the praxis of everyday life and in the daily environment; an intervention aimed at bringing our lives into lasting harmony with our real needs and with the new possibilities that will arise and that will in turn transform these needs." +++ (extract from Unitary Urbanism, manuscript of a lecture held by Constant at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, 1960) +++

Needs to be translated into English[edit]

'Nuff said. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 13:48, 30 August 2014 (UTC)