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Layman's description

At the turn of this century the Catalan architect and urbanist Manuel de Solà-Morales suggested urban environments benefit from ‘small interventions, which create a ripple, not comprehensive development’. Two decades on, cities now house over half the world’s population and the health of cities has never been more precarious. This project focusses on socially and ecologically strained urban environments, and the capacity for small-scale tactical urban interventions to generate large scale ripples of positive change. The project will document the techniques and technologies that are delivering unobtrusive urban interventions and develop new knowledge about the impact of minimally disruptive urbanism.
Effective start/end date1/10/221/10/23


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