Journal of a Gadabout (14) by Dr. A. Remesar
The public space is structured in four planes: that of the ground, the vertical (not exclusively of facade); the plane of the air and a fourth plane that can be called zenital. The most studied is the horizontal plane, built from infrastructures, elements of urban service (lighting, vegetation, signage, etc.) and interfacing with urban systems (water, electricity, gas, etc.), with the omnipresent elements of paving. (see)
The study of the vertical plane is reduced to the analysis of the facades, although the vertical containment of public space goes beyond the facades. (see)
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Within the framework of the international conference “3rd Aesthehic Energy of the City: URBAN POLARITIES” , the POLIS Research Centre presented the exhibition “20 years working with neighbors” that gathers the main processes of citizen participation in which the Center has intervened since 1997.
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Since its creation in 1999, the POLIS Research Center of the University of Barcelona has been characterized by an important research work on issues of citizen participation and urban governance, with the particularity that its focus are public art and public space issues, from the consideration of the creative possibilities of the neighbours involved in those participatory processes. Continue reading POLIS: 20 YEARS WORKING WITH NEIGHBOURS. AN EXHIBITION