Future Cities: Architecture + the Imagination

“The imagination is politicised by definition (‘as a faculty that only flourishes when set free, it inherently resists … subjugation’), and in the anarchy of this spirit is its potency and efficacy. Using the works of Dickens as an example in our understanding of, and feeling for, the city of London, Dobraszczyk observes that the carnivorous global scale of urbanisation has rendered cities impossible to comprehend without an overriding fictional projection. “

from my review of Future Cities: Architecture and the Imagination, out today

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