a+t 08. Low Cost (1)
a+t 09. Low Tech (1)
a+t 11. Layers (3)
a+t 12. Housing and Flexibility I (5)
a+t 13. Housing and Flexibility (2)
a+t 14. Sensitive Materials I (2)
a+t 15. Sensitive Materials II (2)
a+t 16. Memory I (1)
a+t 17. Memory II (1)
a+t 18. Tony Fretton (1)
a+t 19. Density I (3)
a+t 20. Density II (4)
a+t 21. Densidad III (4)
a+t 22. Densidad IV (6)
a+t 23. New Materiality I (4)
a+t 24. New Materiality II (3)
a+t 25. In Common I (1)
a+t 26. In Common II (3)
a+t 27. In Common III (4)
a+t 28. In Common IV (0)
a+t 29. Civilities I (8)
a+t 30. Civilities II (8)
a+t 31. HYBRIDS I (22)
a+t 32. HYBRIDS II (23)
a+t 33-34. HYBRIDS III (40)
a+t 35-36. STRATEGY PUBLIC (39)
a+t 37. STRATEGY SPACE (23)
a+t 38 Strategy and Tactics in Public Space (26)
a+t 39-40 RECLAIM (38)
Density condensed (6)
DENSITY IS HOME (68)
Density projects (44)
Density Housing Construction & Costs (62)
NEXT. COLLECTIVE HOUSING in progress (44)
THE PUBLIC CHANCE (49)
This is Hybrid (21)
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Author of the video: blogactivpras
Project published in Density. Condensed edition and a+t magazine n. 22 Density IV
Coin Street Action Group's campaign against the construction of offices in the neighbourhood
Coin Street is а small Street in London’s South Bank which gives its name to the Neighbour’s association that made possible the change in neighbourhood’s course.
The current debate on cities focuses mainly on the issue of density. Land is identified more and more as a precious asset that must be protected and used in the appropriate manner. The dichotomy between the dispersed city and the compact city, Sprawl versus Compactness, of some years ago, has affected urban planning and has conditioned everything, from the design of roads to policies involving the introduction of large companies that control consumption at a world level. But this debate is not new.