Shrinking modernism: the future of mono-industrial cities in the Baltics
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Visaginas has undergone a radical transition from rapid growth under Soviet planning and mono-functional industrial development to dramatic shrinkage under a multilateral and multi-scalar competitive determination of resources and workplaces.
Nuclear Power Plant in Visaginas, Lithuania. Photo Credit Naoto Kurihara, Wikipedia
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