“Here in the States, most American families occupy only a small fraction of the constructed spaces that we live in. Over the last century, the footprints of our homes and our cities have increased dramatically and therefore it is my personal view that the habitual and cultural practice of building underutilized space is a waste of wealth and resource. Furthermore, on a global scale, this practice depletes the globe of valuable non-renewable resources and perpetuates the problem of humans encroaching on wildlife and other fragile environmental and non-renewable resources.”

Inner Urban by Ryan Nemeth (3/5)

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