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    • urban design, web 2.0 and the orgasm practice: theory: no2self.net
    • Jane Jacobs Oscar Newman ‘legibility?’ The Death and Life of Great Defensible Space (1972) American Cities (1961) practice: theory: no2self.net
    • Jane Jacobs Paul Ritter Oscar Newman The Death and Life of Great Planning for Man and Motor (1964) Defensible Space (1972) American Cities (1961) practice: theory: no2self.net
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    • People! Space! practice: theory: no2self.net
    • Allow residents to Clear demarcation control the areas between what is around their public space and homes. what is private space. practice: theory: no2self.net
    • This includes the They cannot streets and turn their grounds outside backs or blank their buildings sides on it and leave it blind. practice: theory: no2self.net
    • There must be The domain of the eyes upon the house encompasses street. the street Territory! practice: theory: no2self.net
    • practice: theory: no2self.net
    • ‘Radburn Idea’ • Homes must have direct “As the Radburn Idea sprang access to a footpath system from considerations of living • This footpath system must lead conditions in the motor age it to all the gathering places of is really not surprising that it the inhabitants lends itself better to the • The motor vehicles will be satisfaction of the needs listed. completely separate from the Why the needs listed are the path system real criteria of livability is explained in the work of Wilhelm Reich…” - Paul Ritter Wilhelm Reich 1897 – 1957 Austrian-American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. practice: theory: no2self.net
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    • one Org er! The oot Sh practice: theory: no2self.net
    • Orgonomic functionalism – a thought technique: Reich's examples of orgonomic and then label the two curving arrows on functionalism usually involved top with two opposing ideas, and the big quot;antithetical functional pairsquot; of dot at the bottom with those two ideas' concepts. Reich would usually draw a quot;common functioning principle.quot; symbol that looked something like this: mechanist mystic CFP practice: http://pw1.netcom.com/~rogermw/Reich/functionalism.html Source: theory: no2self.net
    • motor man path practice: theory: no2self.net
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    • Orgone Accumulator (Hawkwind 1973) I've got an Orgone Accumulator It makes me feel greater I'll see you sometime later When I'm through with my Accumulator It's no social integrator It's a one man isolator It's a back brain stimulator It's a cerebral vibrator Is this legible? practice: theory: no2self.net
    • Summary: • legibility depends on space between public and private spaces • should be robust/flexible enough to resist cultural, economic and environmental change – it should not be a single gesture or idea • the qualities of the semi-private and semi-public boundaries should imbue the space with meaning • meaning ensures users understand the purpose of the territory practice: theory: no2self.net
    • “Lyons placed three basic principles at the heart of the Span projects: •community as the goal •shared landscape as the means •modern, controlled design as the expression.” source: BBC The web 2 (way) metaphor: A communal landscape… becoming territory through the meaning created by its users. practice: theory: no2self.net