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public space

1. An area within a building to which there is free access by the public, such as a foyer or lobby.
2. In some codes, an area or piece of land legally designated for public use.
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Then in Yakutia 57 yard territories and 18 objects of public space in nine municipalities were landscaped.
Public SPACE will also feature a unique innovation wall, a display for product presentations and learning sessions, featuring upcoming programming and information spanning Newark's burgeoning tech ecosystem.
More narrowly, as he puts it near the end of the book, he seeks to establish "that the intersection between geomedia and urban public space today offers a strategic site for [the] political task of reimagining communication, being-with-others, and practices of inhabitation" (p.
But why can't we keep the space we have and develop additional public space downtown?
Current culture tends to unify them under the general concept of urban public space.
They wrote their own versions of local history, and through their artwork it was 'published' into public space.
The short-lived "Wall of Shame" at Riad al-Solh and a sit-in at the Environment Ministry Tuesday have added new dimensions to the debate and pushed the limits of what public space is.
Streets, as public spaces, have become less important in terms of their share of land and in the prominence of their role in shaping the culture and history of cities, according to Streets as Public Spaces and Drivers of Urban Prosperity, a paper form the UN Habitat for a Better Urban Future.
Summary: Nowhere is the creative impulse more impactful than in our public spaces, and nowhere is there a greater need and opportunity to define cultural coexistence than in the process of democratizing the urban squares, corners and walls where artistic messages and even the very concepts of art come to clash.
Keywords: public sphere, public space, contestation, bracketing, Habermas, Arendt
Public space is a commonarea in which people do their practical activities and hold their bonding ceremonies.
Paradox 1: the paradox of public space and democracy

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