"Hostile architecture" and its confederates: A conceptual framework for how we should perceive our cities and the objects in them
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2020
Although progress has been made on the issue of these forms of architecture/designs, no clear definitions currently exist for “hostile architecture,” (etc.) and their related concepts, which are especially concerned with their respective environments, such as a “hostile environment.” As a result, there has been no clear discussion of how these concepts relate to each other and also to morally permissible and impermissible actions, which many times lead the discussion astray. In this paper I try to amend this by defining the central concepts, as well as showing how they relate to each other and morally permissible and impermissible actions.
Karl de Fine Licht
Chalmers, Teknikens ekonomi och organisation, Science, Technology and Society
Canadian Journal of Urban Research
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