Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Conference

98th ACSA Annual Meeting

Publication Date

2010

City

New Orleans, LA

Abstract

The natural space of Iowa was reinvented in the nineteenth century as a reflection of the rationality of capital production. The product of this rationality was the overlay of a grid system of surveys that indiscriminately subdivided the land—subduing its embodied natural and cultural characteristics.

Copyright Owner

NCSA

Language

en

Included in

Architecture Commons

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