...No longer mere buildings, these are “new residential typologies”....
I was prepared for “new residential topologies.”
I felt forcibly lectured after exposure to the word, “typologies.” (Not by the author of the article; rather by the originator of the phrase.)
I am reminded of “skid-talking” as outlined in an article, Are You a Skid-Talker? by Corey Ford, from Reader’s Digest, 1954.
...The simplest kind of skid-talk consists of mixing words. For example:
“Too many cooks in the soup.”
“From time immoral.”
“There I was, left holding the jackpot.”
“It was so dark you couldn’t see your face in front of you.”
“I want some hot-water juice and a lemon."…