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Abstract The concept of intensity is a concentration of spatial, social, and environmental experiences in the urban environment. It is an extension of density, beyond the quantitative measure of the urban environment toward its qualitative and perceivable aspects. Drawing on urban studies with a...
Abstract During the twenty-first century multifaith spaces (MFS) have spread across the Western world. They represent a new type of sacred space, where events belonging to different faiths, or no faith, share space. One of the strange things about them is that they appear to be a spontaneous...
Abstract Late 1950s Britain witnessed an unprecedented affordability of consumer goods which, along with a comparative increase in wages for the lower paid, led to a close convergence of middle- and working-class living standards. The home became the eminent site for the expression of this...
Abstract The last two decades have seen an explosion in the numbers of digital devices that “weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life.” Here we bring to critical attention the material, ethical and spatial consequences of integrating digital devices in physical spaces. We concentrate on...
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