His second planned community is designed to encourage residents to exercise
Prince Charles of Britain, whatever his other confusions may be, has no
doubt how he feels about architecture.

The prince believes that modern architecture has spoiled the looks and
the livability of British villages, town, and cities - and sometimes the
countryside, too.

Agree with him or not, you can't help admiring the fact that the prince,
unlike other architecture critics, puts his money where his mouth is.
He's about to do that again. He's sponsoring a new town to be built in
rural Scotland.