Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Asian streets convey a sensorial experience distinct from the Western model. Traditional knowledge resulting from the environment and sociocultural histories is imprinted on how people use the streets and how these streets are formed.
This study works within the premise that the traditional knowledge systems that evolved throughout a city’s history, starting from its forest beginnings to the strong influence of acculturation, may provide a better understanding of pedestrian street culture, and in particular, how the amalgamation of cultures tangibly shaped street configuration and contemporary street use, especially in Asian colonial cities. This may provide inputs to address pedestrian issues and the improvement of contemporary streets.
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