Emancipating Space: Geography, Architecture, and Urban Design

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A sweeping historical analysis of the complex relationship between social criticism and built form, EMANCIPATING SPACE argues that those concerned with urban design and social change should make their contribution to bringing about a better world by designing spaces based in utopian or emancipatory theories. Author Ross King examines significant political, economic and social changes from the Enlightenment to the present day, tracing accompanying shifts in the ways that space, time, nature and difference have been ...

Emancipating Space: Geography, Architecture, and Urban Design 1996, Guilford Publications

ISBN-13: 9781572300453

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