This article is more than 6 years old Learning from Las Vegas: what the Strip can teach us about urban planning This article is more than 6 years old The Las Vegas Strip, one of the most visited places on Earth. It is also among the most visited places on Earth, having surpassed Mecca back in But what kind of an urban experience has resulted? Or is this simply what happens when money dictates every aspect of a built environment? Architect Robert Venturi in Las Vegas in The dominance of this laissez-faire approach to architecture and urbanism produced, over the following decades, a flamboyant, unapologetic, gambling- and entertainment-driven pseudo-city that observers found compelling and repulsive in equal measure. The repulsion eventually fuelled a great aesthetic controversy inwhen the architects Robert VenturiDenise Scott Brown, and Steven Izenour published Learning from Las Vegaswhich dared to approach the built environment of the Strip on its own terms.
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