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Deep in the Arizona desert, about an hour north of Phoenix, is a utopian eco-city called Arcosanti that residents believe holds the key to extreme sustainable living. The project is the brainchild of late architect Paolo Soleri, who began construction in 1970 amid a wave of similar non-religious utopian communities. Most of those other projects failed, but Arcosanti survives, built by volunteers. Curbed National takes a look at Soleri's vision and what Arcosanti is like today. Read on. [Curbed National]