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.
Mobile commoning is enacted within shared practices of movement, momentary gatherings, and fleeting assembly.
Logistical technologies make it completely viable to live without city. The pandemic has accelerated a logistical utopia.
The architect Oriol Clos and journalist Llàtzer Moix speak at the CCCB about the intellectual legacy of Manuel de Solà-Morales on the occasion of the publication of the book Miradas sobre la ciudad (Views on the City – Acantilado, 2021), which brings together a selection of his...
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