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Public space is the city at eye level, where we can get a measure of the different things people do with urban space.
After the radical initiatives of the modern movement, which separated the functions of the city by creating a hierarchy to free up groundspace, hygienism and safety concerns have emptied the streets of most of their former uses, where life took hold in what was not so much public space as common spaceRead more: USAGES Tokyo
Made ordinary and safe, the western city is destined to lose its sense of adventure and the unexpected. Is it possible to escape from the safe, risk-free, emotionless city? The present work is an observation. It presents a subjective and factual selection of ways public space is used in three major world cities.
Archibooks, IN-EX projects
Published on 22th of february 2018
Producers and editors-in-chief
David Trottin, Jean-Christophe Masson et Franck Tallon