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This is how nature can inspire us to create sustainable cities

We can then replicate the conditions that result in an adaptive city using technology. Image: Unsplash/Jonathan Roger

Mohammed Makki

Senior Lecturer in Architecture, University of Technology, Sydney

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This 1925 model presented Le Corbusier’s vision of the ordered city of the future. Image: Siefkin DR/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA
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Abandoned residential complexes in the Chenggong district of Kunming, China. Image: Chinaunderground/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA
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