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A Pattern Language which Generates Multi-Service Community Centers book cover

A Pattern Language which Generates Multi-Service Community Centers

By Christopher Alexander, Sara Ishikawa, and Murray Silverstein Center for Environmental Structure, 1968. 283 pages.

One of Alexander's early works, this text is the working pattern language for building a (multi-service) community center, developed while building a community center in the Bronx, New York in 1967, notably Alexander's first description of pattern languages. The described pattern language is comprised of 64 patterns, with information about how to combine them and several real-world examples. Currently out of print.


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