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Solá-Morales, I. (1995) “Terrain Vague,” in C. ) Anyplace, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Sommer, R. (1974) Tight Spaces: Hard Architecture and How to Humanize It, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Sorkin, M. ) (1992a) Variations on a Theme Park: The New American City and the End of Public Space, New York: Hill and Wang. Sorkin, M. (1992b) “See You in Disneyland,” in M. ) Variations on a Theme Park: The New American City and the End of Public Space, New York: Hill and Wang. Stevens, Q. and Dovey, K.
Various forces, ideals and actions give shape to space. In many cases in these chapters, we see the introduction of new people, objects or ideas into spaces that are already occupied. The theme of tension emphasizes that spaces are neither completely empty and without structure nor completely structured. 29 Karen A. Franck and Quentin Stevens Resistance In the third part of the book, things get tighter. Through a variety of mechanisms, behaviors and meanings in social space are locked down. Municipal authorities are often the agents of this fixing, often in concert with wider economic, social and political forces.
Affordances enable the discovery of possibilities, an important dimension of public space that helps to satisfy people’s needs. 40 Found spaces Identifying Found Spaces The study of found space grew out of research on public space that led to a subsequent book (Carr et al. 1992) and to my curiosity about this alternative form of public life. There were two stages to the study: first, a survey was undertaken to identify specific places, and then a focused study was undertaken of a selected number of them.