Form, Happiness, Infrastructure
- The Rule of Logistics
- University of Minnesota Press
The conclusion of The Rule of Logistics considers some of the implications of logistics for architectural form, the roots of logistics in desire, and infrastructure as a site of collective investment and imagination.
Architecture, Logistics, Walmart, Infrastructure, Urban studies, Urban planning, Suburbs, Industrial architecture, Retail, Data
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