URBAN MOBILITY – ARCHITECTURES, GEOGRAPHIES AND SOCIAL SPACE
Edited book, 2017
The aim of the 2015 NAF Symposium “Urban Mobility – Architectures, Geographies and Social Space” was to facilitate a cross-disciplinary discussion on urban mobility in which the juxtaposition of different discursive perceptions of the concept would foster greater insight into and understanding of both the challenges and potentials that it represents. It focused on some of the key themes currently facing cities and the urban: the transformation of the city and our built environment; migration; rural decline; the interaction between city, architecture, and inhabitants; the role of architects and architecture in the creation of democratic and sustainable urban contexts; the city and its representation; the politics of intervention; and the actions of governing and developing.
This proceedings publication from the symposium collects six articles written by authors who all presented papers at the event.
Anne Elisabeth Toft and Magnus Rönn
Ditte Bendix Lanng, Ole B. Jensen, David Pinder, Magnus Rönn, Jani Tartia, Anne Tietjen, Anne Elisabeth Toft, Even Smith Wergeland, Simon Wind
Chalmers, Architecture, Building Design
Anne Elisabeth Toft
Areas of Advance
Building Futures (2010-2018)