Mimicry and Makeshift
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Two urban future visions:
Mimicry city - where everything wants to be owned. As that is not entirely possible, it is instead copied.
Makeshift city - where nothing is owned. Hence everything is borrowed, temporarily installed, improvised.
Mario Gagliardi 2002
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