How do you bring together habitat, mobility, social interactions, amenities/services and culture?
How do you rethink urban mobility consistent with current technological, ecological and digital issues?
What place does the citizen have in the public space, as a place to meet, a place where links are made and an clear driving force for the quality of life?
What examples are there to follow and what solutions to offer?
In an introduction focused on the broader theme of public space, the Bouwmeesters of Brussels and Charleroi set out for us their vision in Belgium, the Citilinks architects unveil international perspective, from New York to Shanghai and those from Bye Bye Petite Ceinture invite us to dream Brussels differently.
A must read current and timeless about the greatest achievements of recent years. A book of reference for contemporary architecture which should be in every library.