Public space that excludes: A case study of Warsaw


[2013] Accessibility of public space plays vital role in integration of citizens, who have problems with moving around urban area. Public objects in cities, such as buildings, squares or even multilevel intersections, may constrict possibility to travel for many users, who are unable to use specific places, due to their inaccessibility. Inadequate design of space excludes certain groups of users from full access to city resources and conduces social exclusion. The aim of this paper is to discover which groups and how suffer from spatial exclusion in Warsaw.

Zając, Adam Piotr. Public space that excludes: A case study of Warsaw. Paper presented at the International Resourceful Cities Conference 2013. Centre for European Regional and Local Studies (EUROREG), 2013

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