Public Space ReConfigure
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Public Space ReConfigure

Public Space ReConfigure
Public Space in the Age of Global Warming_Richard Ingersoll
Accorhotels Arena_DVVD
Strasbourg Convention Center_Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects + Rey-Lucquet et associés
FKZ Quarter_BudCud
Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition(MOCAPE)_Coop Himmelb(l)au
Arnhem Central Transfer Terminal_UNStudio
Public Buildings - Urban Social Infrastructure_Isabel Potworowski
New Rome / EUR Convention Hall and Hotel ‘the Cloud’_Studio Fuksas
Marseilles Docks_5+1AA Alfonso Femia Gianluca Peluffo
Street Art Museum_Studio ARCHATTACKA
Birmingham New Street Station_AZPML
Lima Convention Center_IDOM
Pelota Court & Park in Pasaia_VAUMM
Municipal Gym of Salamanca_Carreño Sartori Arquitectos

변화하는 환경과 공공공간
변화하는 환경과 공공공간_리차드 잉거솔

벳시 종합운동장 개축_DVVD
스트라스부르 컨벤션 센터_디트리시 운터트리팔러 아키텍츠 + 레이-루키 에 어쏘시에
카지미에시 유대문화축제 파빌리온_버드커드
선전 현대미술관과 기획전시 미술관_쿱 힘멜블라우
아른헴 중앙 환승역_UN스튜디오
공공건물-도시공동체의 근간_이자벨 포트워로우스키
로마 에우르 컨벤션 센터와 호텔_스튜디오 푹사스
마르세유 부둣가 쇼핑센터_5+1AA 알폰소 페미야 얄루카 펠루포
거리 예술 박물관_스튜디오 아차따카
버밍엄 중앙역_AZPML
리마 컨벤션 센터_IDOM
빠사이아 펠로타 경기장과 공원_VAUMM
살라망카 시립체육관_까레뇨 사르토리 아르끼떽또스

Public Space in the Age of Global Warming

Although a very influential climate-change-denier recently assumed power in the USA, all knowledgeable sources agree that the planet has entered a new geological phase, defined by Paul Crutzen as the Anthropocene.
After two centuries of intense human-produced gases released into the atmosphere, the climate is incrementally warming up, freak storms intensifying, and either excess water or lack of it threatens major urban areas.
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When considering contemporary public space, the issues addressed by Jane Jacobs (The Death and Life of Great American Cities, 1961), William H. Whyte (The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces, 1980) and Jan Gehl (Public Spaces, Public Life, 1996), mostly involved crime, apathy, and motor traffic.
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Adherence to the theory of social triangulation—a program with at least three different functions creating pretexts to cross public space—will probably remain a good idea for the near future, even if one has to get their feet wet in doing so, or even more likely collide with someone concentrating on their cell phone messages.
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The prevalence of cell phones in 21st-century life introduces another inexorable factor pecking at the future of public space that may have even greater repercussions than climate change. Virtualism seems to be racing faster than the rising tides to cover the spaces where people congregate.
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universal connection is exerting evolutionary consequences on humanity. The digital invasion does not necessarily exclude people from public space, but rather subjects them to despatialization, whether they are in public or not.
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Will public space in the partially submerged urban environment of the future be possible? The often cited prediction that 70% of the planet’s population will be urban by 2050 does not seem to take into account this hydraulic imbalance. Venice, where the water has risen 28 centimeters in less than a century and which experiences regular inundations, resorts to a model of amphibious adaptation. 
written by Richard Ingersoll

Public Buildings - Urban Social Infrastructure

In its essence, the city has always been a meeting place. In the past century, however, new technologies and a general trend towards privatization have contributed to changing this meeting function from a necessity to a choice. Activities that previously took place in public spaces now increasingly take place in (semi-) private spaces. As the use of public spaces becomes optional, their quality and attraction become correspondingly more important. How can public buildings contribute to the city’s function as a meeting place, making it into a place where people choose to spend their time? An overview of recent projects demonstrates how public buildings are generating activity by offering a mix of recreational programs, by creating public interiors that invite use, and by making connections with their context. In these ways, public buildings act as anchors of the urban social infrastructure. written by Isabel Potworowski