Utopian Studies 25 (1):125-149 (2014)

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Who is not utopian? Only narrowly specialized prisoners working to order without the slightest critical examination of stipulated norms and constraints, only these not very interesting people escape utopianism. Utopian projects are rarely discussed in current official programs in urban design.1 The common perception about the conceptualization of utopia is that utopia is a code word synonymous with modernist urban design and architecture.2 The failure of modern urban planning and architecture, along with their attributed paternalist qualities, leads some critics to be hostile toward utopia in disciplines related to architecture, and modernist architecture has been attributed with utopian impulses.3 In ..
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