Kyoto and Chicago each have an urban grid pattern. However, the origin is different. The first is the result of a millennial heritage and urban planning is a role symbol, the second has had to deal with rapid growth. But each suffers from the same evil: that of an urban space by necrotic parking lots, in their tiny Japanese version and disproportionate in their U.S. model.

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