A new #PublicSpaceCode for London

A collective manifesto for public space was begun earlier this year on Twitter. We have collected together twelve of the most liked, retweeted and inspiring contributions so far. The newly founded Department of Public Space initiated a manifesto to define future public spaces in London. Conceived by Ed Wall, Academic Leader Landscape at the University of Greenwich, and developed by graduate students on the Landscape Architecture and Urbanism programmes, the … Continue reading A new #PublicSpaceCode for London

Department of Public Space: A collective manifesto for public space

A new manifesto for public space was started this week at the University of Greenwich. Students and tutors from the MA Landscape Architecture and MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism programmes began writing a public space code for London. The public space code, inspired by Michael Sorkin’s Local Code (1993), is being collectively written in 140-character Tweets. The aim is to establish a Department of Public Space for London which brings people together to define … Continue reading Department of Public Space: A collective manifesto for public space