Structuralism, Housing + The Commons | Individual Report

“To architects, the phrase ‘common ground’ suggests the ground in which their plans are drawn. However, the phrase ‘common ground’ is an ethical concept that invokes the one thing a city ought to grant – a depth that accommodates with dignity the diversity of its peoples and their histories. The term ‘ground in this phrase is a metaphor for the conditions by which freedom is meaningful”. Praxis: Horizons of Involvment, Peter Carl (Common Ground, A Critical Reader, D. Chipperfield, 2012).

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