C3 Special - Public Space ReConfigure

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In the age of ubiquitous smartphones and WiFi, social exchange in public is gradually becoming less automatic. An overview of twelve recent projects demonstrates how public buildings are generating activity by offering a mix of recreational programmes, by creating interiors that invite use, and by making connections with their context. The issue looks at buildings that encourage participation in public life, including Coop Himmelb(l)au’s MOCAPE in Shenzhen, Arnhem Central Transfer Terminal by UNStudio, 5+1AA’s redevelopment of the Marseilles Docks, Lima Convention Center by IDOM, and the recent renovation of the Accorhotels Arena in Paris by DVVD.
Author Yumi Hyun
Language English
Published 2017
Binding PBK
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