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Olynthos_Greece_432 BC _Homogeneity to Isonomia (– everyone equal before the law –)_“standardized” with fixed size (with the exception of the blocks and houses abutting on the fortification walls)

Olynthos_Greece_432 BC _Homogeneity to Isonomia (– everyone equal before the law –)_“standardized” with fixed size (with the exception of the blocks and houses abutting on the fortification walls)

Olynthos_Greece_432 BC Extreme example of modular planning_ The rectangular blocks created by the intersection of the streets, consisted of ten houses each, two rows of five houses with an alley among them

Olynthos_Greece_432 BC Extreme example of modular planning_ The rectangular blocks created by the intersection of the streets, consisted of ten houses each, two rows of five houses with an alley among them

Olynthos_Greece_432 BC_Pastas Type House on the North Hill_squares with an average width / length of 17.2 meters

Olynthos_Greece_432 BC_Pastas Type House on the North Hill_squares with an average width / length of 17.2 meters

Olynthos is built on two hills between the Kassandra and Sithonia peninsula of Halkidiki. Olynthos was, according to mythology, the son of Strymonas, King of Thrace, who was killed during a lion hunting. The town of Olynthos is said to have been constructed by Vraggas, Olynthos’ brother, in his memory and honor. Another explanation is …

Olynthos is built on two hills between the Kassandra and Sithonia peninsula of Halkidiki. Olynthos was, according to mythology, the son of Strymonas, King of Thrace, who was killed during a lion hunting. The town of Olynthos is said to have been constructed by Vraggas, Olynthos’ brother, in his memory and honor. Another explanation is …

bbz (2016): Neugestaltung des Marktplatzes, Ahlen (DE), via competitionline.com

bbz (2016): Neugestaltung des Marktplatzes, Ahlen (DE), via competitionline.com

Drawings of the two ports of Alexandria. When planning the city, future roads and houses were marked with barley flour in a life-sized blueprint.

Drawings of the two ports of Alexandria. When planning the city, future roads and houses were marked with barley flour in a life-sized blueprint.

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