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Nikos A. Salingaros is a professor of mathematics at the University of Texas at San Antonio, as well as a noted urbanist and architectural theorist. You may visit his website.
Energy Consumption and Sustainability - Despite the insistence of the consumer society, quality of life depends upon nourishment from the environment, and not upon energy consumption. Published September 06, 2011 in Architecture
Experienced Space and the Innovative City - People who work with ideas and who drive the knowledge economy are those most able to relocate, and they will do so if repelled by a city with an alien geometry, towards a city with spatio-temporal attractions on the human scale. Published September 02, 2011 in Architecture
Life and the Geometry of the Environment - Quality of life in a built environment depends on having intimate contact with natural forms. Published August 22, 2011 in Architecture
Urbanism for Life: Let Children Help Design our Cities - Here is a simple criterion for human design: Shape a city around our children. Published November 27, 2007 in Commentary