Aphorisms and Interesting Segments from The Situationist City by Simon Sadler

1. The situationists, who seem to have had difficulties getting on with “everyday” citizens, preferred to experiment on themselves, analyzing the factors affecting their mood, behavior, and choice of route as they wandered their “drift” (dérive) through the city. (20)  2. Situationists and Independents felt that indigenous living patterns were best nurtured through the “clustering” … Continue reading

knowing that and how


Requiem for the city at the end of the millennium // Sanford Kwinter, 2010

Digital Cities: Your neighbourhood is now Facebook Live

by Andrew Blum ….Conventional wisdom says that technology is bad for real-world communities, that we are often alone at home in front of blue screens. This is no doubt true. But we are also out on the street stealing glances at smaller screens, and interacting in more meaningful ways because of it. When it comes … Continue reading

everyday life

everyday life – instant/temporary the very first meeting of two people regular everyday happenings occur from the meetings inside city, when two people meet however these two people may not need to know each other in person from previous experience in fact – previous can rethought as what had been done right that moment  

LivingCity-structures by Simon Sadler

Simon Sadler – Archigram // Architecture without architecture
Living City

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