This richly illustrated volume invites us to think afresh about urban
life and the modern city by offering images and analyses of two very
different but complementary contemporary cities: the planned Indian
city of Chandigarh and Casablanca, the North African harbor town
developed into a modern metropolis by Michel Ecochard and a team of
architects after World War II. Casablanca Chandigarh: A report on Modernization
also exists in French.