“The traditional model of city-making has historically involved experts with a definitive, long-term plan executed over time. The issue with that is that culture changes faster than infrastructure; we’ve surpassed our ability to keep up. One of the consequences is that we’re left living in cities we planned 50 to 60 years ago.”
—Blaine Merker. principal and co-founders of Rebar, an art and design studio in San Francisco set on evolving the way people interact and engage with their environment.
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