Urban in-betweenness: Rotterdam / Mexico City

Moniek Driesse, Isaac Landeros


‘Urban in-betweenness’ offers a short reflection on the way conflicts on a global scale are perceived on an individual level within the urban context and how this will have spatial repercussions. Conflict is considered as an origin of urban resistance and a possible opening for innovation and intervention at a micro scale. The essay is a call to design researchers to re-codify the shattered urban elements in order to make new meaningful connections.

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Calvino, Italo, Las ciudades invisibles, trans. Aurora Bernárdez (Madrid: Ediciones Siruela, 2010 [1972]).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/footprint.10.2.1437

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