In The Metapolis. Dictionary of Advanced Architecture. City, Technology and Society in the Information Age (Actar 2003)
PUBLIC SPACEManuel Delgado
1. Space of public entitlement.
2. Space accessible to everyone, that can be appropriated but not owned; setting for countless heterogeneous actions and actors that is not the result of a specific morphology, but of the articulation of sensible qualities produced by the practical operations and time-space schematisations procured, live, by its users.
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