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

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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