By J. Burian
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A city walk is the quintessence of human disposition in urban void as it encompasses change, variety and diversity. Not solely a mode of occasional urban recreation, but again as the main means of access in cities, walking could bring back human spontaneity, creativity and serendipity. Recognition that city-form is a symbolic, gender-based landscape deriving from primordial allegories could be an important step, indeed, towards forging a city-form conducive to favorable development of human communities.
After the “contingent encounter” of an experiment. To Hillier, an experiment is “a transgression of boundaries” that works with “doubt and uncertainty” and pays attention to “the aleatory and chance” (Hillier, 2007: 230). A momentum of experimentation could then be seen as a kind of “virtual planning” that pays special “attention to the unknown” (Hillier, 2007: 232) in a time of “contingent openness” (Hillier, 2007: 224). As a particular situated human action, experiments are performative practices, searching into an openness without knowing where it ends, but aware of the possibility of the openness and fluidity of the situation, experimenting with and experiencing “how it works” (Hillier, 2008: 4).
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Advances in Spatial Planning by J. Burian