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Monthly Archives: November 2015


Differentiating Exchange (Sennett , Together) Edges are fraught zones in natural geographies because they shift constantly… In human ecology, the eight-lane highway isolating parts of the city from each other is a boundary, whereas a street at the edge between two communities can be more of a border. A more personal kind of border condition [...]


It’s kind of relieving to be in a city with an un-diagrammable pattern of urbanisation; neither concentric circle nor conurbation nor fingers. How do you draw it, Mr West? Like an expansive and fluid field of dots, each representing a point of arrival and departure as defined by scattered uber receipts. To the visitor, shifting [...]