Urban Design: Realities
March 14, 2013
Center for Urban History, Lviv
A city is more than just a collection of buildings. Even more important than architecture is the space that surrounds architecture and the processes that flow through that space. Construction and process are joined in space – and space results in freedom. If our society aspires to be free, then what is the reason for the clutter and the congestion that marks our streets, squares, and yards? This lecture proposed that we rethink our priorities regarding urban architecture.
This lecture was offered as an initiative of the lypneva.com urban movement, with support from the Center for Urban History.