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Vol 3 No 3 (2018)

Cover image: opening of ‘Triumphs and Laments’, art work by William Kentridge on the Tiber riverfront in Rome, April 2016. Picture by Thomas Rankin.
Cover image: opening of ‘Triumphs and Laments’, art work by William Kentridge on the Tiber riverfront in Rome, April 2016. Picture by Thomas Rankin.
Published: 2018-12-31
Editorial
  • The resurgence of public space: from the Charter of Athens to the New Urban Agenda
    1-24
    Michael W. Mehaffy, Setha M. Low
Space
  • Using the street in Mexico City Centre: temporary appropriation of public space vs legislation governing street use
    25-48
    J. Antonio Lara-Hernandez, Alessandro Melis, Claire M. Coulter
  • Relationship between the demographic characteristics of park users and intensity of park use: the case of Stanley Park and Queen Elizabeth Park
    49-74
    Stephen Appiah Takyi, Andrew D. Siedel, Jones Kwaku Adjei
Society
  • Effects of outdoor seating spaces on sociability in public retail environments
    75-102
    Thomas Oram, Ahmad Jehan Baguley, Jack Swain
  • Creating people-friendly cities in a data rich world: towards smarter and more liveable places
    103-120
    Kevin M. Leyden, Benita Lipps, Namita Kambli
Systems
  • Visitors in immersive museum spaces and Instagram: self, place-making, and play
    121-138
    Kylie Budge
Viewpoint
  • Art as a catalyst to activate public space: the experience of ‘Triumphs and Laments’ in Rome
    139-148
    Thomas G. Rankin
  • Long Live Southbank: skateboarding, citizenship and the city
    149-158
    Robbie Warin
  • The spatial impact of migration
    159-170
    Cristina Cassandra Murphy
Open Access Journal
ISSN 2206-9658