Urban public spaces: a study of the relation between.
In this philosophical dissertation, firstly, I investigate the public spaces through the spatiotemporal and gendered lens by considering scholarly literature on the nature of the urban public space. Secondly, I draw theoretical threads from most importantly, Luce Irigaray’s perspectives on an ethic of sexuate difference and feminine subjectivity to investigate the feminine aspects of the use.
The Social Life of Urban Blocks: Density’s Effect on the Liveliness of Public Spaces Part 1 Dissertation 2019 Aston Oakes University of Reading Reading UK Urban Blocks form one of the most fundamental physical components of urban areas, and they can vary greatly in terms of size, shape, building forms, circulation arrangements, and density. The effects of the morphology of the urban.
Abstract: This dissertation examines the tension between state-driven urban development policies and societal responses to spatial transformations in Indian cities. At the same time that state actors have undertaken large-scale renewal projects to modernize cities, conflicting demands for land have triggered a rise in authorized and unauthorized encroachments on everyday public spaces in.
This dissertation provides a deep insight on the urban feminist scholarship. The aim is to pave the way towards a more coherent and nuanced picture of the urban experiences of women in Arab societies. To do so, the gender conceptualization of public spaces has first been situated within the larger socio-spatial perspective of public spaces. The.
Planning and designing safe public spaces for women and girls is the process whereby urban planners, designers, architects, women, grassroots and other community actors collaborate to make the physical features of public spaces safe and welcoming for women and girls. If public spaces are dark, abandoned, unclean, overgrown, or lacking certain elements like benches or emergency phones, they are.
Local government organisations as custodians for many public spaces face complex challenges with respect to designing and maintaining successful urban public space. Public space projects must balance a wide range of factors in their designs including environmental, cultural, economic, aesthetic and user considerations. Despite the growing recognition that public space provision and.
Streets in India have traditionally been the public spaces around which social life has revolved. They constitute the urban public realm where people congregate, celebrate and interact. The hypothesis that forms the basis of this thesis is that there is a need to understand and design these urban streets as living corridors through which one perceives and understands the city, and the places.