Sense of the City: An Alternate Approach to Urbanism

Proof editing of the exhibition catalogue
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, 2005

“The materials, projects, and studies presented in this volume propose a different way of talking about, describing, and planning our cities; they suggest thinking of them as places for our bodies (and our souls); they remind us how mutable is our way of perceiving the urban environment; they offer us a history of the changes in the Western city from new points of view that have been hitherto neglected; in addition, they reveal to us the possibilities provided by the urban environment in its various aspects―those of sound, smell, touch, vision, and climate―and invite us to look at them in new ways.” Mirko Zardini

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