Socially Open Urban Landscapes

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2016-05-18
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Shirtcliff, Benjamin
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Socially Open Urban Landscapes (SOUL) is an exciting new approach to understanding the relationship between urban design and public life in cities through play. Play is a fundamental human trait that crosses gender, age, racial, ethnic, and cultural lines; and, represents a critical point of departure for creating cities that support heterogeneous social interactions.

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This abstract is published as Shirtcliff, B. (2016). “Socially Open Urban Landscapes.” in Environmental Design Research Association National Conference in Raleigh, N.C., May 18-21, 2016. Posted with permission.

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