Cite 93

Winter 2014

Cite 93

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Cite is greater Houston’s forum for architectural, design, and planning issues. Articles should address a broad audience and include reviews, essays, analyses, and commentaries. Article ideas and proposals are reviewed by the editorial committee and are welcome in one of three forms:

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Special Issue Call for Submissions

The New Periphery
Submission Deadline: August 15, 2013

Historically, suburban life has represented the American Dream, the physical manifestation of opportunity and prosperity expressed in an autonomous built environment based on the single-family house, private yard, two-car garage, and nuclear family. Often “blamed” on the largesse of the federal government’s highway program, big business conspiracies, or even on the nature of capitalism, the suburbs are where most Americans live and where contemporary designers, planners, artists, and critics are just beginning—again—to do some real work.