THESIS: Urban Design and Development of a Public Space.
Public spaces range from grand central plazas and squares, to small, local neighborhood parks. The combination of beautiful architecture with great public space creates the most beautiful places to live - places that express a life of richness and tradition, and act as a setting for life to happen.
Beesley, Andrew (2020) Reconciling Conflict over Urban Public Space: Perceptions of Park Space in Seattle (c. 1960 to present). Master of Philosophy (MPhil) thesis, University of Kent,. (KAR id:81475).
Recent student dissertation titles have included the following: Forced evictions and the London 2012 Olympic Games Link Animating public space: transformations at the Prince of Wales Junction, West London. Further details Academy and activism in the case of the Brixton Pound. Further details In pursuit of authenticity: the gentrification of Broadway Market Here am I: language and methodology.
The inhabitation of urban public space by irregular immigrants. Lilika Trikalinou. Department of Sociology Goldsmiths University of London PhD. 2. I, Lilika Trikalinou, confirm that the work presented in this thesis is my own. Where information has been derived from other sources, I confirm that this has been indicated in the work. 3 Abstract. Focusing on irregular immigrants, people.
Therefore, the thesis aims to investigate to what extent urban public squares as space of encounters influence the social cohesiveness in cities nowadays. The theoretical framework was obtained.
This thesis examines the use, experience, and appropriation of everyday urban public spaces by Turkish immigrant women living in Enschede, the Netherlands. Based on the two premises of conceptualizing the urban public space as a social construct and of valorizing users as social actors, the main objective of this thesis is to explore and analyze the spatial practices and variety of conceptions.
This thesis seeks to address the problem of quantifying the well-being benefits of urban green space through the extension of two complementary strands of research. The first seeks to contribute to the incorporation of urban green space benefits within conventional decision making systems. Within this strand of the research the authors report two studies designed to address various challenges.