Michael Kimmelman on Democracy and Public Spaces
Can we design public spaces that represent us in our diversity? Can we design them specifically for protests? Who controls and shapes public spaces? What do protest spaces in different parts of the world have in common? In this inspiring lecture from New York Times, Michael Kimmelman about politics, public spaces, and how progressive democracies depends on vigorous public debates about public spaces.
We have more to offer
We can connect you to our thought leaders, write stories, shoot short ﬁlms, or initiate a global discourse on the future city.
As a nonproﬁt organization, this is only possible with the generous support from corporate sponsors and our exclusive network of architecture and city lovers with a Friends of reSITE membership.