Streets have a significant role amongst the various elements that make up a good neighborhood and city. Streets cover roughly 30% of the urban surface in most of the cities. Despite the role of a street as a space that determines our living environment and urban form, we dichotomously defined streets as the following:
- We often over-interpret the ideal meaning.
- On the other hand, we regard them merely as mass-produced urban elements derived from regulations and codes.
This course provides a broad spectrum and different perspectives on how to perceive streets in a compromising manner between the above two conditions. The ultimate goal is to promote better and holistic understanding of the urban role of streets as social core elements that make up a great city and well-built neighborhood.
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