That's the name of a blog I came across recently. It appears, from the posts I have read, to be more concerned with urban planning than with what I understand as architecture. But perhaps the field has transcended mere building design and now encompasses the design of entire cities.
I know we have some architects in our readership, so maybe they would enjoy this. For everyone else, check out Complexity and Conservatism, on why designing whole communities is not really a conservative project, and The Rotting of America's Great Cities.
In the latter, blogger Curbosier quotes the former mayor of Houston to the effect that "the Great Society impulse itself is what most damaged many cities—by stressing welfare payments and income redistribution, ethnic grievance, and lax policies on issues like crime and homelessness, instead of the creation of a stronger economy."
This ties into the role of the destruction of communities in the overall decline of the West, taken up by Truepeers in the post below.
“Henry V” (Act IV, Scene iii)
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