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The Self-Sustaining Subdivision: Reviving Exurbia


What if we plant in the streets? These ideas were kicked around in Reburbia and what I had envisioned was a scenario in which abandoned lots became common areas for the growth of food and unfinished homes would serve as silos to house the annual harvest. But what about a more delitarious scenario whereby the housing crisis is never solved and all infrastructure collapses. A social experiment in which neighbors once ambivalent towards one another are forced to cooperate in order to survive in a harsh environment. How can humans reclaim their surroundings and adapt in the arid desert of Metro Phoenix?

Cul-de-sac Agriculture

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