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The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen cover
The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen cover
The Urban

The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen

The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen

37min |30/11/2020
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The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen cover
The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen cover
The Urban

The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen

The battle for public space - with Saskia Sassen

37min |30/11/2020
Listen

Description

This public space that we experiment becomes a place in which there's a momentary condition of equality, where complex trajectories are all around and suddenly : equality.”

All over the world, urbans are setting out to claim for their city's streets and parks, rediscovering the value of public space and hyper-proximity. 

For Saskia Sassen, "we all need a space that allows us to escape, to play, and to act”. She is the guest of this third episode of The Urban, devoted to the battle of public space. Are we witnessing the great return of the public space? How can we regulate it, share it better, make it a source of well-being and inclusion for all?

  • Saskia Sassen, Dutch American sociologist and economist, specializing in globalization and the sociology of the world's big cities
  • Alexandre Labasse, Director of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal in Paris, France
  • San Francisco and the slow streets, or the sidewalk revolution


-- 

A podcast by Gecina

Editor-in-chief: Gecina

Journalist: Nathalie Tourret

Production: HRCLS

Agency: Havas Paris 


More info at Gecina.fr and on Twitter & LinkedIn.

Chapters

  • Intro

    00:00

  • Summary

    00:32

  • The challenges of public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    03:17

  • San Francisco and its slow streets

    11:57

  • An opportunity for public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    16:39

  • The concept of a shared city with Alexandre Labasse

    25:03

  • Turning public spaces into private spaces (with Saskia Sassen)

    27:12

  • Outro

    36:58

Description

This public space that we experiment becomes a place in which there's a momentary condition of equality, where complex trajectories are all around and suddenly : equality.”

All over the world, urbans are setting out to claim for their city's streets and parks, rediscovering the value of public space and hyper-proximity. 

For Saskia Sassen, "we all need a space that allows us to escape, to play, and to act”. She is the guest of this third episode of The Urban, devoted to the battle of public space. Are we witnessing the great return of the public space? How can we regulate it, share it better, make it a source of well-being and inclusion for all?

  • Saskia Sassen, Dutch American sociologist and economist, specializing in globalization and the sociology of the world's big cities
  • Alexandre Labasse, Director of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal in Paris, France
  • San Francisco and the slow streets, or the sidewalk revolution


-- 

A podcast by Gecina

Editor-in-chief: Gecina

Journalist: Nathalie Tourret

Production: HRCLS

Agency: Havas Paris 


More info at Gecina.fr and on Twitter & LinkedIn.

Chapters

  • Intro

    00:00

  • Summary

    00:32

  • The challenges of public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    03:17

  • San Francisco and its slow streets

    11:57

  • An opportunity for public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    16:39

  • The concept of a shared city with Alexandre Labasse

    25:03

  • Turning public spaces into private spaces (with Saskia Sassen)

    27:12

  • Outro

    36:58

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Description

This public space that we experiment becomes a place in which there's a momentary condition of equality, where complex trajectories are all around and suddenly : equality.”

All over the world, urbans are setting out to claim for their city's streets and parks, rediscovering the value of public space and hyper-proximity. 

For Saskia Sassen, "we all need a space that allows us to escape, to play, and to act”. She is the guest of this third episode of The Urban, devoted to the battle of public space. Are we witnessing the great return of the public space? How can we regulate it, share it better, make it a source of well-being and inclusion for all?

  • Saskia Sassen, Dutch American sociologist and economist, specializing in globalization and the sociology of the world's big cities
  • Alexandre Labasse, Director of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal in Paris, France
  • San Francisco and the slow streets, or the sidewalk revolution


-- 

A podcast by Gecina

Editor-in-chief: Gecina

Journalist: Nathalie Tourret

Production: HRCLS

Agency: Havas Paris 


More info at Gecina.fr and on Twitter & LinkedIn.

Chapters

  • Intro

    00:00

  • Summary

    00:32

  • The challenges of public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    03:17

  • San Francisco and its slow streets

    11:57

  • An opportunity for public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    16:39

  • The concept of a shared city with Alexandre Labasse

    25:03

  • Turning public spaces into private spaces (with Saskia Sassen)

    27:12

  • Outro

    36:58

Description

This public space that we experiment becomes a place in which there's a momentary condition of equality, where complex trajectories are all around and suddenly : equality.”

All over the world, urbans are setting out to claim for their city's streets and parks, rediscovering the value of public space and hyper-proximity. 

For Saskia Sassen, "we all need a space that allows us to escape, to play, and to act”. She is the guest of this third episode of The Urban, devoted to the battle of public space. Are we witnessing the great return of the public space? How can we regulate it, share it better, make it a source of well-being and inclusion for all?

  • Saskia Sassen, Dutch American sociologist and economist, specializing in globalization and the sociology of the world's big cities
  • Alexandre Labasse, Director of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal in Paris, France
  • San Francisco and the slow streets, or the sidewalk revolution


-- 

A podcast by Gecina

Editor-in-chief: Gecina

Journalist: Nathalie Tourret

Production: HRCLS

Agency: Havas Paris 


More info at Gecina.fr and on Twitter & LinkedIn.

Chapters

  • Intro

    00:00

  • Summary

    00:32

  • The challenges of public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    03:17

  • San Francisco and its slow streets

    11:57

  • An opportunity for public space (with Saskia Sassen)

    16:39

  • The concept of a shared city with Alexandre Labasse

    25:03

  • Turning public spaces into private spaces (with Saskia Sassen)

    27:12

  • Outro

    36:58

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