In Designing Disorder, Richard Sennett and Pablo Sendra rail at the homogenous and the predictable. Photo: Handout In Designing Disorder, Richard Sennett and Pablo Sendra rail at the homogenous and the predictable. Photo: Handout
In Designing Disorder, Richard Sennett and Pablo Sendra rail at the homogenous and the predictable. Photo: Handout

What will become of our cities, and how will they accommodate new realities?

With the Covid-19 pandemic having emptied urban centres, these three books – Designing Disorder, Sitopia and Terra Incognita – invite readers to question why we love and loathe our cities, and whether density is our destiny

Topic |   Architecture and design
In Designing Disorder, Richard Sennett and Pablo Sendra rail at the homogenous and the predictable. Photo: Handout In Designing Disorder, Richard Sennett and Pablo Sendra rail at the homogenous and the predictable. Photo: Handout
In Designing Disorder, Richard Sennett and Pablo Sendra rail at the homogenous and the predictable. Photo: Handout
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