Architecture – Pseudo-public, Pseudo-private
13 Projects 

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Architecture – Pseudo-public, Pseudo-private  
Architecture – Pseudo-public, Pseudo-private_Michèle Woodger
Space is for Everyone_Diego Terna

Empire Stores_S9 Architecture + STUDIO V Architecture
Mega Foodwalk_FOS (Foundry of Space)
Apple Piazza Liberty_Foster + Partners
Amos Rex Museum_JKMM Architects
Royal Arena_3XN + HKS
The Palestinian Museum_Heneghan Peng Architects
Maitland Riverlink_CHROFI + McGregor Coxal
Pecos County Safety Rest Area_Richter Architects
Paris Longchamp Racecourse_Dominique Perrault Architecture
Aarhus Harbor Bath_BIG
Green Bay Packers Titletown District_ROSSETTI
Tenri Station Plaza CoFuFun_Nendo
Mountain Lake Park Playground_Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

 

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건축 - 가짜 공유지, 가짜 사유지_미쉘레 우저
모두에게 열린 공간_디에고 떼르나

뉴욕 엠파이어 스토어_S9 아키텍쳐 + 스튜디오 브이 아키텍쳐
메가방나 쇼핑몰_FOS
밀라노 애플 자유 광장_포스터 앤 파트너스
아모스 렉스 미술관_JKMM 아키텍츠
로열 아레나_3XN + HKS
팔레스타인 박물관_헤네간 펭 아키텍츠
메이틀랜드 리버링크_CHROFI + 맥그래고르 콕샬
페코스 카운티 고속도로 휴게소_리터 아키텍츠
파리 롱샴 경마장_도미니크 페로 아키텍쳐
오르후스 항구 수영장_BIG
그린베이 패커스 타이틀타운_로쎄티
덴리역 코푸펀 광장_넨도
마운틴 호수 공원 놀이터_보흘린 씨윈스키 잭슨






Architecture – Pseudo-public, Pseudo-private


The concepts of public and private are not diametrically opposed but rather exist on a continuum. The interaction between the two states – for the individual and the collective – determines the success of public architecture. The article considers how public activity and private sensations, public ownership and privatisation, play out across several different public architecture typologies – such as public open spaces, public swimming pools, mixed use buildings and museums – and elaborates by drawing on built examples from diverse cities including London, Hong Kong, Helsinki and Copenhagen. The article also reviews the contentious ongoing debate about POPS (Privately Owned Public Spaces): how this rapidly accelerating phenomenon can be said to impinge on civil liberties and design freedoms, and to what extent. Conversely, the article discusses how architecture can play a pivotal role in curbing, or redirecting, the negative consequences of the proliferation of POPS, as evidenced by contributions to recent international architectural festivals and events – such as the Venice Biennale 2018 – which have used the theme of Public Architecture as a springboard. written by Michèle Woodger               




Space is for Everyone


Nowadays we are witnessing a pressing demand for spaces in which people can meet physically, as a need to counteract the continuous digital stimulus which has radically changed our lives. In this sense, architecture regains its foundational value: being the place of encounter and physical interaction between the real world and the individual universe of every human being.
The projects collected here narrate possible strategies to host the inhabitants within public places, even when they are private spaces: for this reason we can notice an extreme research on space control, which transforms the collective exteriors into large interiors. It can be seen from details and materials, which do not belong to the world of the exteriors, but also from the elements of architecture, with frequent use of stairways, rest and contemplation areas, different pavements.
They are projects that destroy the limit between internal and external spaces, between public and private spaces, between nature and artifice: they provide architecture with the task of fostering human actions, defining functions that can summon the community, returning to a social use of the external world. written by Diego Terna