Topic for Debate
Public space
As part of my current research, I am interested in looking at different 'concepts' and examples of what is considered (among ArchNet members and other professionals) as 'public' space; moreover, who is it that we refer to as 'public'? And what are the public's needs for 'space' in a city?
Christine Mady
Public space

Public space means often, especially in a city, " mobility space," for pedestrians, cars, or people movers; I think you can't look anymore to a public space without considering first the people and goods, their access, ways, energy ( less CO2 !) and so on.
Herve Mauclere


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