EA363: Charles Duff and Cities of Friendship and Love

Charles Duff and Cities of Friendship and Love

What can we learn from the North Atlantic cities? Modern townhouse design allows the right balance of density to live a good life without a car, be able to have enough space for your family, and to have some neighbors but not too many. How can you, as a small firm architect, take an active role in the way that the public thinks about the built environment?

This week on EntreArchitect Podcast, Charles Duff and Cities of Friendship and Love.

Connect with Charles online and check out his new book at The North Atlantic Cities.

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Mentioned in This Episode

Baltimore Architecture (MD) (Then & Now) by Charles Duff [book]
The Architecture of Baltimore: An Illustrated History by Frank R. Shivers Jr., Mary Ellen Hayward , et al. [book]
The North Atlantic Cities by Charles Duff [book]

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