The city center — or, here in New York, what we might call ”Downtown” — is the epicenter of culture: What we consume, what we create, the decisions we make regarding policy and capital, all this emanates from the center of the city. This book imagines alternatives to our current structuring of contemporary city centers. Through these imagined metropolises, the philosophers, designers, artists and writers who contributed to this book invite us to ask questions about for whom our cities are designed for, and to what end. Get this book for the idealist and the urbanist in your life.
- 240 x 170 mm / 9.8 x 6.7 inch portrait
- 236 pages
- Published by Onomatopee