walking studies in different urban contexts
gradual field instead of linear streets and squares
gradual field: from private (narrow) to public (wide)
perspective
gradual field instead of linear streets and squares (scale reference Barcelona)
gradual field instead of linear streets and squares (scale reference Barcelona)
multiple layers of public space
perspective
floor materiality and orientation
swimming as urban mobility?
temporary re-configuration of private and public spaces
temporary re-configuration of private and public spaces
temporary re-configuration of private and public spaces

The city, which is designed around the car, is characterized by a monotonous and linear spatial experience (streets).
But if we understand the city as a network of hyper connected (eg. aerial bus, subway, ...) neighborhoods,
we can design those around the logic of human scale micro-mobility or even natural mobility (walking).

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