This paper outlines a research agenda for social and design researchers interested in the subtle – and not so subtle – ways in which social stratification is created, reinforced, communicated, and obscured through design in the city. We will address this general question through the example of public park design, hoping that our reflections will be also applicable, with due adjustments, to other design domains, such as object and interior design, house, institutional, or urban design at large.

A Research Agenda for Design Inequalities in the City. Urban Parks and Beyond / Galen Cranz; Leonardo Chiesi. - STAMPA. - (2022), pp. 63-72.

A Research Agenda for Design Inequalities in the City. Urban Parks and Beyond

Leonardo Chiesi
2022

Abstract

This paper outlines a research agenda for social and design researchers interested in the subtle – and not so subtle – ways in which social stratification is created, reinforced, communicated, and obscured through design in the city. We will address this general question through the example of public park design, hoping that our reflections will be also applicable, with due adjustments, to other design domains, such as object and interior design, house, institutional, or urban design at large.
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Social and Institutional Innovation in Self-Organising Cities
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Galen Cranz; Leonardo Chiesi
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