So, still packing, but I have a really cool article for anyone interested about what would happen if (Italian, no less) children were creating cities. This makes me think of Pooh Bear because in architecture school I had an ass of a prof who took notice of me reading The Te of Piglet & thought it would be fun to analyse our class into Pooh characters. He was so fricken pompous. I know, "Isn't that a prerequisite for becoming an architect?" No, I actually know many that are fairly relatable, but onto the story.
"Once upon a time, there was a construction cooperative in the small north Italian town of Correggio, not far from the larger cities of Modena and Parma. It specialised in building houses. One day, back in 1990, its members made a decision that would radically change the way they worked.