Smooth growth fluidly weaves public and private landscapes to create a twenty-first century garden city. It treats cities as emergent systems and physical manifestations of collective intelligence. This plan is for a neighborhood in Chicago – Washington Park. Smooth Growth does not rely on increasing population density and reminds us that in urbanism, one should never confuse quantity with quality. Smooth growth's form aligns with socialized democracy in America by establishing a landscape of collective independence.
Smooth Growth Urbanism featured in Crain's
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