Lower Manhattan Expressway Map (Public Domain) Paul Rudolph - Library of Congress
The Lower Manhattan Expressway (LOMEX), also known as the Canal Street Expressway, was a controversial plan for an expressway through Lower Manhattan in New York City. It was to be a ten-lane elevated highway stretching from the East River to the Hudson River, connecting the Holland Tunnel on the west side to the Williamsburg and Manhattan bridges to the east. The road would have required the leveling of parts of the Little Italy and SoHo neighborhoods. The LOMEX was originally conceived by Robert Moses in 1941, but further development of the project was delayed until the early 1960s. It was cancelled in 1962 in the face of widespread community opposition to the road. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lower_Manhattan_Expressway
image from Yumiko Hayakawa essay Public Benches Turn ‘Anti-Homeless’ (also recommend Design with Intent) Source http://architectures.danlockton.co.uk/2006/10/05/anti-homeless-benches-in-tokyo/
XKCD CC BY NC http://xkcd.com/898/
Tablet? by Hindrik Sijens CC BY NC SA
Eyes ! (Youth from Antikythera!) by agelakis cc by nc sa
Transcript of "Control by design"
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CONTROL BY DESIGN
‘failures’ of colony: that the society was immoral; that
transported convicts were not reformed; that
transportation was unjust and borderline illegal; and
that the convict system was inefficient and hugely
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