What will make cities livable as millions more move to them?
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This story appears in the April 2019 issue ofNational Geographic magazine. In 1925 Le Corbusier, the Swiss-French architect and pioneer of modernism, suggested razing the homes, statues, and streets of much of Paris’s Right Bank. In their place, he proposed erecting 18 identical glass towers some 650 feet high, a quarter of a mile apart, divided by lawns for pedestrians and elevated highways for cars.
Written by - Katie Stalker