Shared rhythms are a condition for trust between the inhabitants and visitors of a city. Shared rhythms create a space in which interaction can thrive. People's experience of the city is jointly determined by the way people witness each other, reflect on what is happening and are the joint authors of decision making about a street, a company or an organisation. Design can shape these kinds of processes in a multi-vocal and inclusive way and plays an important new role in the city, argues Caroline Nevejan in her inaugural lecture.
|Date||15 November 2018|