With its front gardens and mono-cultural residential quality the housing development or estate may not seem particularly urban, but its popularity has grown dramatically during the Corona year. It offers nearby open space, light, sun, views, greenery — and neighbourliness instead of anonymity. But unfortunately, it generally turns its back to the city, to the public street and relates far too much to itself alone. How might it find a stronger connection to the urban space?
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