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"Cedric Price saw the city not as a cohesive structure but instead as an unstable series of systems, in continual transformation, constantly reorganizing and rearranging itself through processes of both expansion and retraction. Price supported the idea of the “anticipatory architect” in which the general public could determine, control and shape their own surroundings."
via: http://tumblr.radarq.net/

"Cedric Price saw the city not as a cohesive structure but instead as an unstable series of systems, in continual transformation, constantly reorganizing and rearranging itself through processes of both expansion and retraction. Price supported the idea of the “anticipatory architect” in which the general public could determine, control and shape their own surroundings."

via: http://tumblr.radarq.net/

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