4.1 Larch 060 - Larch 060 Thursday April 1, 1999...

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Larch 060 Thursday April 1, 1999 Announcements: Lecture notes: SUBURB/GARDEN CITIES: Land/environment: Anti-urban, new urban Socio-cultural milieu: Nature = health (physical, moral, spiritual, emotional) Transportation/commuter (trains, cars) Design Expression: Doctors said that city children were very unhealthy. People were stressed because of business. Jobs were considered to be unsatisfying. New diseases were identified. Nothing physically/morally healthful in the city------Therefore, there was a move to the country, closer to nature. Fathers would be close enough to commute to cities for job. SUBURB= "under city" Suburbs offered space, wind, green areas, and shade all for health, they were deliberately non-urban. The wealthy were always accessible to the country, mid-class were not. Access to transportation now enabled ALL to access the country. Railroads and developers helped each other to form suburbs Riverside (speaker): The first planned suburb, multi-purpose,
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4.1 Larch 060 - Larch 060 Thursday April 1, 1999...

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