The Charter of Public Space


Striving for a shared definition of public space.


This book reports the development of The Charter of Public Space, issued during the Second Biennial of Public Space in Rome. Today, the cities worldwide show the worsening of economic, social, cultural, and generational inequality. In light of this, the charter aspires to be a document for all those that still believe in the public space of the city and its extraordinary ability for hospitality, solidarity, and conviviality. If we have to exit current inequalities, public space must develop and return to be the place where citizenship rights are guaranteed and differences respected.

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140 x 200 mm


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