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Nicolas Whybrow

Urban Sensographies: An Introduction

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Urban Sensographis examines the effects the evolution of the cities in the 21st century has on the practices and behaviours of urban dwellers. Key factors such as defensible, retail and consumer space, the lasting legacies of modernist design in the built environment, surveillance technologies, motorised traffic, and smart phone use, the integration of ‘wild’ as well as ‘domesticated’ nature in urban planning and living, as well as the impact of urban pollution on the earth’s climate.

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