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Film Screening: The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces

Wed 27 February 2013, 7pm
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  • Still from The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces
  • Still from The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces

Join The Open Office to watch William H. Whyte's charming and witty observations of public space in 1980s New York.

William H. Whyte's 1988 film documenting use of public space in New York, begins by focusing on Seagram Plaza and proceeds to analyse successful, and less successful, public spaces in Manhattan. Closely observed and funny, this is a masterclass in accessible urbanism.



 

Venue

The Architecture Foundation, 136-148 Tooley St, London SE1 2TU

Entry

FREE

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We Made That – The Open Office

London-based architects We Made That will be taking up residence in The AF Project Space to run The Open Office, a new and lively practice for urbanism. The project was selected through the AF Project Space Open Call. 

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Supported by Openvizor

With additional in-kind support from Copytech Group
Film Screening: The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces 2013-02-27T16:26:00Z 2013-02-27T16:27:00Z http://www.architecturefoundation.org.uk/programme/2012/we-made-that-the-open-office/social-life-of-small-urban-spaces

Join "The Open Office" to watch William H. Whyte's charming and witty observations of public space in 1980s New York.