Interview with Erion Veilaj, Mayor of Tirana, and Johan Anrys, architect and author of the winning work of the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2018.
Text produced for the project «Inclusive cities: challenges of urban diversity» that took place throughout 2006 as an initiative of the Woodrow Wilson International the Center for Scholars, the Development Bank of Southern Africa and the CCCB. «When public spaces...
Dietmar Steiner, architect and director of the Architekturmuseum Wien, was interviewed by Shared Spaces on the occasion of his visit to the CCCB as a member of the jury for the 2012 European Prize for Urban Public Space.
Interview with Ariadna Miquel, designer of the Poblenou Superblock, Special Mention in the 2018 Prize
The Dutch-American sociologist speaks about the social expulsions of the system and says that the street should be taken over by pedestrians: deritualising the public space of mega-cities in the face of their increasing overdetermination.
Saskia Sassen and her son, artist Hilary Koob-Sassen, explain the growth of modern cities, the forced displacement of residents and the destruction of traditional neighbourhoods in the lyrics of a fable.
Professor Rolnik warns of the dangers of losing public space in cities governed by the logic of privatisation.
A deliberation such as this is confronted with a terminological problem: the semantic debasement of the term “public space”, which is indiscriminately used for any exercise in land-filling, transforming or prettifying vacant land. All too often, the category of “public space” is used without...
Peter Cachola, architect, director of the German Architecture Museum (DAM) and jury member for the European Prize for Urban Public Space since 2010 edition, was interviewed by Shared Spaces.
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