Urban space interventions, appropriation and the creation of differential space: an analysis of Berlin

Tinalee Gallico
This thesis considers the implications of do-­it-­yourself spatial practices for progressive urban and social futures. Emergent methods of space creation and adaptation by the users of space are viewed as an alternative means by which individuals and groups can become an agent of urban change. They provide a self-­construed way to shape space as opposed to acting with or against current normative processes of urban development. Henri Lefebvres concepts of appropriation and differential space are...
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