Cult of the temporary : is the pop-up phenomenon really good for cities? / Nowicki, Melanie; Harris, Ellla.

The Guardian. 2015.

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title = "Cult of the temporary: is the pop-up phenomenon really good for cities?",
abstract = "From supper-clubs to homeless shelters, pop-up ventures have become commonplace in cities around the world. In times of crisis they may offer an economic lifeline – but what are the downsides of this short-termist strategy?",
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