Recording of the opening session of the workshop organised for ETSAV students with the aim of promoting reflection on the collective space of European cites by studying nine locations in the center of Barcelona
The diversity of public spaces, their different degrees of complementarity, privacy, proximity, interconnectedness and embeddedness are also reflected in how these spaces are governed.
Public space is where all citizens, regardless of their income and personal circumstances, can feel both equal and cared for.
The global commons become a synecdoche of a spatial order that legitimatizes geographic violence, dispossession, and extractivism.
Reducing the number of cars is essential for this reconquest of space, because the less tarmac roads there are, the more land there is for planting.
Cities offer hope as possible sites of reconciliation between different communities of humans, and between us and other species.
The provision and protection of public space is a useful indicator of the health of a society.
Any new city legislation should include planning indicators that improve health.
Oficines, locals de planta baixa i entorns públics: l’espai físic és un recurs valuosíssim per redreçar el món després de la dolorosa irrupció del coronavirus.
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