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This paper considers the everyday geographies of children living in new largescale urban developments in which multiple forms of 'sustainable' urban architecture are characteristic features. We argue that children's experiences of living with materialities, politics, and technologies of sustainability have too often been marginalised in much chief research on childhood, youth, and sustainability. Drawing on qualitative research with 8-16-year-olds living with materialities of 'sustainable'doi:10.1068/a140401p fatcat:getj3rycajbn7dctdzy62mn4xa