2.4.1 What Can Urban Design Do?
2. The Vicious Circle of Segregation
You’ve just learned how important it is to break the vicious circle of segregation. Urban geographers suggest to break the circle, and thus to reduce spatial inequality and segregation by using place-based, people-based and connectivity-based policies. Let’s listen to what methods urban designers offer.
Watch urban designer and Associate Professor Tanja Herdt give five possible answers to the question How can urban design interventions help to reduce spatial inequality in cities? Most of the methods and aims she mentions will be covered further in the next few modules.
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