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Erratum to: On the antifragility of cities and of their buildings
© The Author(s) 2017
- Received: 27 February 2017
- Accepted: 27 February 2017
- Published: 15 March 2017
The original article was published in City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:3
It was brought to our attention that this article (Blečić and Cecchini 2017) contained the following typographical and typesetting errors that have been corrected in the original article and are being communicated via this erratum.
Page 3: The word “essure” has been substituted with “ensure”.
Page 3: “As one can get from” has been substituted with “As one can gather from”.
Page 3: “earlier quote by Taleb” has been substituted with “previous quote from Taleb”.
Page 3: “at its website” has been substituted with “on its website”.
Page 5: “as it was well documented” has been substituted with “as it is well documented”.
Page 5: “ward of blows” has been substituted with “ward off blows”.
Page 7: In “with actions and interventions, each individually relatively”, the comma (,) has been removed.
Page 9: The word “seams” has been substituted with “seems”.
Page 9: The paragraph “Genuinely old buildings are constantly refreshed, but not too far, and new buildings are forced to ripen quickly. Hence the fashion in wood shingles, which weather handsomely in the course of a single winter. They are expensive and a fire hazard and will need replacing all too soon, but never mind.” is part of the subsequent long quotation.
Page 10: “A perfect conclusion” was not meant to be a subtitle, but a sentence reading: “A perfect conclusion. True, antifragility is…”
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