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The space is an abstract conventional condition that isspontaneously experienced as a self-contained given environment as a receptor that would still exist even if we removed the subjects that “inhabit” it.
Topos – living place
The concept of space and its perception therefore relate to a subjective reality, which depends on various factors. One person in the ongoing effort to define, understand and interpret the environment in which he “inhabit” essentially analyzes and describes the experience of space. This experience introduces the concept of the topos as a living place.
4 elements of urban communication of man and place
To reach the coveted meeting point how many bins, how many obstacles have you overcome? In the end, how easy is it to reach or pass through a public space?
What do you see on the way from a store if not a blank wall?
Can people reach the particular public area on foot or on the bike?
How many different activities are taking place in a particular public space? Do people eat, talk, play chess or football, relax, read, walk?
Are people of different ages be here?
Are they people using the space, or are they simple passers-by?
What is the first impression of this space? Are there places to sit in the sun and in the shade? Are there any touches to photographing you? Do cars occupy a pedestrian area?
Do people meet friends here? Do people bring other people here? Do people know each other physiognomically or by their name? Do people smile and shriek or nod to each other?
The above questions have made you wonder how many places we have in places or how many places we have in a city that we do not identify as such. It is time to give value to the places that unite us, to these places that are the identity of the neighborhood, city and country.