their dividers inside to ensure the cella and their segments all things considered, where they could express outside space. Maybe interestingly, the overriding concern is for the building seen as a wonderful question remotely, while in the meantime containing valuable and sacrosanct internal space. Greek designers have been commended for not pounding the viewer with over monumentality; yet they thought that it was suitable to construct sanctuaries on essentially the same topic running in size from the
countless other Roman cities, military camps and forts. Roman colonies founded on open field sites display Roman grid planning, or Centuriation, at its most elaborate such as at Cesena, Padua, and Florence. Here, at Pompeii, a famous Italian town in antiquity because of its excellent preservation caused by the volcanic explosion of Mt. Vesuvius during the first century AD. The streets, canals, agriculture plots and public spaces were laid out along geometric lines and these striations are suggestive of
While we often move through different spaces in society continuously, many individuals do not necessarily regard the importance of these urban spaces within their daily lives. It is important to consider the definition of public space in order to further explore certain activities that take place within this sphere. According to Mehta (2014), a definition of public space that focuses on the access and use of space, defines this space as “publicly accessible places where people go for group or individual
Professor of Communication Technology and Society at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He is also Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley; director of the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute of the Open University of Catalonia (UOC); director of the Network Society Chair at the Collège d’études mondiales in Paris, and director of research in the Department of Sociology at the University of Cambridge(technologyreview.com) (Blackwell, 1996-2003).
"order" on cities public spaces, usually by ridding them of the homeless, "squeegeemen", protesters, and sundry other urban undesirables who made the life unpleasant for "white" middle class and upper classes, the attraction of whom was increasingly seen as the key for the urban economic revival It was into that economical and historical context, Joshua David and Robert Hammond made their initial push to save and redevelop the High Line---a discarded viaduct---and founded the public-private conservancy
exploration in downtown Springfield, Massachusetts. Unfortunately many urban planning and development endeavors will not always cater to the citizen, but the wealthy, whether that be upper class company workers, tourists, or the suburbs. This trend is noticeable throughout many cities but is especially apparent in Springfield. A city with a class pre-World War II design that has been on the decline as industrial work has left, nearby areas have held steady while the actual city core has been neglected.
1. INTRODUCTION: This dissertation is influenced by the ongoing urban regeneration and urban developments in many of the major cities in India, especially in city of Pune, and its adverse effects on the city townscapes and place identities. City of Pune has a rich education legacy and has been often referred as the ‘Oxford of the East’, a legacy which came into prominence on the establishment of the University of Pune in the year 1949 (Hindustan Times, 2012). The city truly justified itself as the
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city that solves problems of existing cities.” It’s less a process driven by design and more by critique. Urban living has paved its way into modern society, yet the vision for a city has changed over time. Large settlements need planning to grow; yet differences in minds is what leads to the modifications of a city, in return makes a city so unique. Alterations in opinions are what thrives urban life, still these differences are what skews the view of how others see a city compared to myself. They
commissioner, conceptually frames the discussion of downtown Hartford’s purpose. Sadik-Khan’s ideology is based on the idea that one can redesign and transform city space while reducing traffic and improving ease of access—in the streets—to all citizens. A walk through Hartford in Sadik-Khan’s perspective would include, agreeing with negative, “urban renewal” programs that destroyed old buildings—and the neighborhoods with them—in the name of progress and for buildings in their place cold, sterile high-rises