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Cultural Urban Catalysts as Meaning of the City

Publié en ligne: 24 May 2021
Volume & Edition: Volume 17 (2021) - Edition 1 (January 2021)
Pages: 16 - 28
Reçu: 20 Jul 2020
Accepté: 26 Feb 2021
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Abstract

City is a network with clear organization and architecture. It also has permanent connections. Human senses, perception and cognition are the base points while understanding these connections. Hypothesis of this article proposes that concentration of creativity potential in strategically placed junctions (cultural nodes) would catalyse people flow between them naturally. Three main features of the cultural node are distinguished, and possible identification methodology is being proposed. This strategy leads to more extensive methodology research and appliance analysing city structure.

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