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Free Street Manifesto

Author/EditorFree Street Alliance (Author)
Publisher: JOVIS Verlag
ISBN: 9783868597752
Pub Date05/12/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages160
Dimensions (mm)297(h) * 210(w)
$41.69
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Availability: Available to order but dispatch within 7-10 days
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For over seventy years, private cars have dominated public space in German cities. In the Free Street Manifesto, a creative-academic alliance fundamentally challenges this status quo, highlighting the forgotten and unrecognized characteristics of streets and the opportunities they present. In doing so, the alliance focuses on a communal spatial resource that we, in times of climate change, digitalization, and social inequality, urgently need to learn to use differently.

Through images, comics, graphics, and succinct scientific insights, the Free Street Manifesto points the way to a future full of exciting possibilities—and demonstrates that our streets should be more than just a route from A to B.

For over seventy years, private cars have dominated public space in German cities. In the Free Street Manifesto, a creative-academic alliance fundamentally challenges this status quo, highlighting the forgotten and unrecognized characteristics of streets and the opportunities they present. In doing so, the alliance focuses on a communal spatial resource that we, in times of climate change, digitalization, and social inequality, urgently need to learn to use differently.

Through images, comics, graphics, and succinct scientific insights, the Free Street Manifesto points the way to a future full of exciting possibilities—and demonstrates that our streets should be more than just a route from A to B.

Die Allianz der freien Strasse ist eine kreativ-wissenschaftliche Zusammenarbeit dreier Berliner Akteure mit verschiedenen Schwerpunktkompetenzen. Die Denkfabrik paper planes e.V. hatte die Grundidee zum Projekt und ist fur die Gesamtkonzeption, die Zukunftsbilder und die Kampagnenarbeit zustandig. Die Forschungsgruppe Digitale Mobilitat und gesellschaftliche Differenzierung des Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung (WZB) liefert die wissenschaftliche Expertise und steuert fur das Projekt ihren grossen Erfahrungsschatz bei Verkehrswendeprozessen bei. Das Fachgebiet Arbeitslehre/Technik und Partizipation der TU Berlin sicherte in der Entstehung des Projekts den Mitwirkungsprozess und sorgt dafur, dass Empfehlungen von Burger*innen im Manifest Berucksichtigung finden. Das Projekt wird gefoerdert durch die Stiftung Mercator.

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