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Article: Anonymous, July 1964

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dc.identifier.citation "Reston: An Answer to Suburban Sprawl, Urban Living in the Country," Architectural Record, July 1964 en
dc.description Article: black and white original, 11" x 8.5" (27.9cm x 21.6cm) en
dc.description.abstract Article reprint titled Reston: An Answer to Suburban Sprawl, Urban Living in the Country, Anonymous, originally printed in Architectural Record, July 1964. Reston a satellite new town which will house some 75,000 people west of the capital is planned in terms of cluster development, raising considerable interest in the architectural profession. The town is a community, embraces the highest planning and architectural standards, and is financed as a profit-making private enterprise. The future of Reston will be watched closely by architects and planners who hope for a clear demonstration that the highest design standards are also good economics. Article includes maps; floor plans; and architictural elevations and conceptions. Planned Community Archives Collection, 444.04.
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dc.subject architectural record en_US
dc.subject Reston (Va.) en_US
dc.title Article: Anonymous, July 1964 en
dc.type Article en

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