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#110 - Sameness

Archispeak shakes their fists and yells at clouds in episode #110 as we discuss the destruction of the uniqueness of place and why architecture has become so homogenized.

The unique architecture of Monterey, California - Photo credit, Neal Pann

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Links

  1. Seaside, Florida - Official Site
  2. Seaside, Florida - Wikipedia
  3. Usonia Historic District - Wikipedia
  4. Usonia the Beautiful - 99% Invisible

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Music

The music for this episode is Run by System Kid. You can buy their music on iTunes. Support the band!

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