In this Nesta Talks To conversation, Sendra and Sennett will propose a reorganisation of how we think and plan the social life of our cities. ‘Infrastructures of disorder’ combine architecture, politics, urban planning and activism in order to develop places that nurture rather than stifle, bring together rather than divide up, remain open to change rather than closed off.
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In this Nesta Talks To conversation, Leslie Kern exposes the social inequalities that are built into our cities, homes, and neighborhoods, and offers an alternative vision. It is time to dismantle what we take for granted about cities and to ask how we can build more just, sustainable, and careful cities together.