Yesterday, the new Streetscape Territories Notebook was published: it is the second in the series of small-format publications that describes cases of design and analysis in architecture and urban design, focusing on the way buildings or properties are related to streets. This edition focuses on the idea of collective spaces and depth and relates these notions to a series of recent phenomena in architecture and urban design: projects in Brussels, Antwerp, Barcelona, New York and Tokyo are reviewed.
Collective Spaces, Urban Spaces
Collective Spaces, Commercial Spaces
Collective Spaces, Residential Spaces
Collective Spaces, Casablanca
Editing and writing: Kris Scheerlinck. Collaboration: Joshua Dandois, Mikel Gurrutxaga , Natalia Hidalgo and Ferran Massip.
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