Hacking The City: How Architecture And Art Are Transforming Public Spaces by Adib JalalHacking The City: How Architecture And Art Are Transforming Public Spaces by Adib Jalal

Hacking The City: How Architecture And Art Are Transforming Public Spaces

EditorAdib Jalal

Hardcover | January 15, 2018

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Urban interventions establish strong links between the social and spatial spheres of cities, giving place to interactions by which art, architecture, or both, make use of public spaces. HACKING THE CITY presents a rigorous selection of projects that have transformed streets, parks and derelict areas of cities all over the world into extraordinary public spaces, searching people's involvement through a wide variety of interactive proposals. Fully illustrated in colour, the book showcases installations, events and art works and offers a global and in-depth vision of the 21st century cities as meeting points full of creative possibilities.
Adib Jalal, designer and architect, studied architecture at the National University in Singapore and is co-founder and director of the city planning Studio Shophouse & Co. He aims to involve the administration and the local communities in urban development, both in the planning stages as well as in every day functioning,and nurturing g...
Title:Hacking The City: How Architecture And Art Are Transforming Public SpacesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 10.04 × 8.27 × 0.98 inPublished:January 15, 2018Publisher:FlamantLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8417084002

ISBN - 13:9788417084004

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