Actually Ludwig Hilberseimer, Entwurf für eine Hochhausstadt/Design for a high-rise city (1924). Hitler exported idealistic architects rather than bombs to the US. Hilberseimer ran the Chicago planning department for a while, and they and other public institutions have spent the last ten years tearing down projects built by him and other Bauhaus luminaries.
Enthusiasm in Barcelona for this kind of rubbish has been slower to wane, driven by neo-Eixample pack-em-in speculative deals between developers and councillors.
Pla’s loathing of the Eixample is usually taken as a sign of a village mentality, but Cerdà’s origins situate him even farther from civilisation–even at his least worst he was nothing more than a pig farmer on a roll.
- girls inhaling smoke
One search that leads quite a lot of confused souls to this site is “girls inhaling smoke barcelona“, and this is
- Global anti-civilisation network
Away, Mr Cruise, with all your pantomime knife-waving; get thee gone, Rousseau, and take your half-baked chain reform proposals with you:
- Montserrat Tura and PSC hypocrisy in La Clota, Horta
The demented, evil swine has herself photographed in a neighbourhood her party has spent the last 20 years doing its damnedest
- Torremolinos, Unesco World Heritage site?
BA’s Highlife mag goes lowlife: “After 40 years of mass tourism, Torremolinos continues to evolve and, away from the coast, it’s
- Local government: e-gnoramuses
I reckon that most of the money invested by local and regional government in providing e-services, ranging from bog-standard pages for