Category Archives: Michele Braidy

Cities infrastructures are networks, functional networks that allow the connected buildings to make optimal use of their design. A building could stand alone, but if separated from the city infrastructure, it becomes more like a sculptural object., it would segregate its inhabitants from the rest of the city and  produce exclusion in social and economical terms. Separating mobility from transit and expectations and incentives from people is a problem of the same essence, it is like ignoring a certain potential that if integrated in the “living organism” that the city is could be a source of richness.



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