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A Field Guide to Sprawl

by Dolores Hayden

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Published by W. W. Norton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJim Wark (Photographer)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7458272M
ISBN 100393731987
ISBN 109780393731989

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A Field Guide to Sprawl was selected by the urban web site Planetizen for its list of "Top Ten Books in Urban Studies" and by Discover magazine for its list of "Top 20 Books in Science." Features on the book appeared in The New York Times and the Boston Globe.

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Based on Hayden’s book (published in ), the exhibition chronicles built forms that are a part of the American landscape, and forces viewers to understand and confront sprawl.A lexicon of the colorful slang, from alligator investment to zoomburb, that defines sprawl in America today.

Duck, ruburb, tower farm, big box, and pig-in-a-python are among dozens of zany terms invented by real estate developers and designers today to characterize land use practices and the physical elements of sprawl.Jim Wark (Photographer of A Field Guide to Sprawl) Jim Wark is the author of Discovering Lewis and Clark from the Air ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Leave No Trace ( avg rati 4/5(39).