The Man and his Work

The Inhuman City

Minor centres cannot grow easily unless they become parts of greater urban concentrations ; and even so they present the same type of problems as the major areas-only the scale is different. Every era has one type of settlement which corresponds to its civilization; this type imposes its characteristics even on the pre-existing settlements.

From Ciba Foundation Symposium Health of Mankind, London: Churchill Ltd, 1967, p. 178-193. Edited by Gordon Wolstenholme and Maeve O'Connor.