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Vol 3 No 1 (2018)

Cover image: Gantry Section D, RMIT Swanston St, Melbourne 2016-2017. Artwork: Grace Leone. Photo Credit: Nura Sheidaee.
Cover image: Gantry Section D, RMIT Swanston St, Melbourne 2016-2017. Artwork: Grace Leone. Photo Credit: Nura Sheidaee.
Published: 2018-04-30
  • Vol. 3 n. 1 | 2018 | FULL ISSUE
Editorial
  • The implementation of the New Urban Agenda. Our ongoing efforts after almost two years from the Habitat III conference
    1-2
    Luisa Bravo
Overview
  • Skypeography. Investigating and mapping the public mind space of urbaness
    3-12
    Maggie McCormick
Space
  • Dialogue, ambivalence, public space
    13-30
    Thomas-Bernard Kenniff
  • Greening and opening the public space of the Nile banks. A demonstration case study in Maadi, Cairo
    31-48
    Amir Gohar
Society
  • What the mapping of Byron Bay Shire’s informal settlement teaches us about having a home without having a house
    49-74
    Verity Nunan; Karine Dupre
  • Dangerous Safety or Safely Dangerous. Perception of safety and self-awareness in public space
    75-92
    Anna Svensdotter, Mirko Guaralda
Systems
  • Exploring Environmental Colour Design in Urban Contexts
    93-102
    Galyna McLellan, Mirko Guaralda
Viewpoint
  • Application to Occupy
    103-108
    Grace Leone
  • Postcards from the edge (of the Arabian Sea). Tales from the ballPark: this liminal life
    109-118
    Di Ball
Portfolio
Reports from 9th World Urban Forum
  • We the people, We the public space. An interactive exhibition at the 9th World Urban Forum
    153-162
    Luisa Bravo, Valerio Francia
  • We the public space. Strategies to deal with inequalities in order to achieve inclusive and sustainable urban environments
    163-164
    Luisa Bravo
  • Public Space in the New Urban Agenda. The Challenge of Implementation
    165-170
    Peter Elmlund, Tigran Haas, Michael Mehaffy
  • Give Us Space! Augmented public space geographies in the changing public/private relationships
    171-178
    Manfredo Manfredini, Adrian Lo, Dory E Reeves
  • Smart City, Just City. An IHC Global Initiative in Support of the New Urban Agenda
    179-186
    Judith Hermanson
  • Contribution of older urban residents
    187-192
    Katherine Kline
  • Time for action. Implementing the New Urban Agenda in public spaces for health and wellbeing
    193-202
    Gregor H. Mews, Milica Muminovic, Paul Tranter
Open Access Journal
ISSN 2206-9658