Architecture in the Science of Cities

A significant movement in architecture deals with complexity theory with strong resonance to a science of cities. In 2004, the journal Katarxis Nº 3 reported this new wave with extracts from the writings of Jacobs, Salingaros, and Alexander.

About Michael Batty

I founded and chair the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at University College London and I am Emeritus Bartlett Professor of Planning
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