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How to Create a Relevant Public Space

  • 11:00 - 22 April, 2017
How to Create a Relevant Public Space
How to Create a Relevant Public Space

How can places you go to other than your workplace or your home, such as libraries, idea hubs, cultural centres, parks, start-up cafés and other indispensable public spaces, so-called ‘third places’, make a valuable contribution to a vital society , now and in the future? How to Make a Relevant Public Space answers these questions from different angles, based on the five most important developments within the public space.

Third Places for All is an initiative of international creative guide and architect Aat Vos. The book offers colourful inspiration to architects and other creatives, policymakers and administrators. With more than 20 in-depth interviews with authorities in various fields including urban development, planning, architecture, design, gaming, communication and sociology, from professor Saskia Sassen to author Joe Pine (The Experience Economy) and from industrial designer Karim Rashid to Marcela Sabino (director of the Museum of Tomorrow, Rio de Janeiro). Visual reports on inspiring ‘third places’ and city tours of public hotspots complete the portrayal of the new public space.

  • ISBN

    9789462083516
  • Title

    How to Create a Relevant Public Space
  • Author

    Aat Vos
  • Publisher

    Nai010publishers
  • Publication year

    2017
  • Binding

    Hardcover
  • Language

    English

How to Create a Relevant Public Space

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Cite: "How to Create a Relevant Public Space" 22 Apr 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/869566/how-to-create-a-relevant-public-space/> ISSN 0719-8884

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