Public Space: What is it? (three of x)

03/04/2013 § 1 Comment

Fort Pienc, Barcelona, Spain 2011

Fort Pienc, Barcelona, Spain 2011

 

For in truth, the most accurate definition of the urbs and the polis is very like the comic definition of a cannon. You take a hole, wrap some steel wire tightly around it, and that’s your cannon.” Ortega Y Gasset 1883 – 1955

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§ One Response to Public Space: What is it? (three of x)

  • A place (probably known to the locals- maybe the city it is located in?) it’s street scape mapped out to a predetermined scale and which is particularly demonstrating the walkability of that place.

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