The fluidity of social sustainability in spaces of movement

Silvia Gullino discusses cities as spaces of movement, flow and everyday practices by looking at everyday, ordinary spaces like train stations, suggesting that the focus on areas of connection can add new dimensions to our current understandings of social sustainability and that these have significant implications for the making of urban places.

 

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