The Process Of Creating Life: The Nature Of Order, Book 2 An Essay Of The Art Of Building And The Nature Of The Universe (The Nature Of Order, Book 2)

Chris Alexander

The processes of nature can make an infinite number of human faces, each one unique, each one beautiful. The same is true for daffodils, streams, and stars. But man-made creations-especially the towns and buildings of the 20th century-have only occasionally been really good, more often mediocre, and in the last 50 years have very often been deadly. What is the reason for the difference?

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