New Urbanism and Third Places

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  1. In one of my advertising classes I did a branding project over Starbucks. They have been building on the “third place” concept for years now; it’s really one of the driving forces behind what their coffee shops are like. They want it to be the place you go when you aren’t at home or at the office. Sounds like these ideas are creeping in to Christian thought & community. It is fun to read about a secular concept of “thrid place” in their annual reports.

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