Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
In this era of reurbanization, with large scale developments in cities setting the path for the next half century, cities must be designed to create the maximum benefit. Currently many cities are being designed in ways that detract from the connectedness of the space. Blank ground level walls, seatless parks, ground level parking and other design flaws not only create a negative aesthetic, but actually detract from the capability of cities to increase knowledge, culture and economic growth. Successful cities of the future are the ones spending their time today making sure people have the space to connect with others. A city is a machine for creating networks; its design must match its function.
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