Category Archives: People & Places

A look at public behaviour in a public space

For the fieldwork this week we had to observe the behaviour of people in public space. One aspect of this we thought it would be interesting to tackle the way people interact a square. The square we decided to look

A look at public behaviour in a public space

For the fieldwork this week we had to observe the behaviour of people in public space. One aspect of this we thought it would be interesting to tackle the way people interact a square. The square we decided to look

Personal Space?

As mentioned in our previous blog ‘A look into the underground – London’s Networks’ the topic of personal space became an important and reoccurring idea on London’s tubes. Not only were people placing bags on seats next to them, so

Personal Space?

As mentioned in our previous blog ‘A look into the underground – London’s Networks’ the topic of personal space became an important and reoccurring idea on London’s tubes. Not only were people placing bags on seats next to them, so

Observing behaviour: the museum vs the city

When discussing how we should go about observing the behaviour of people in the city, we were all quite interested in making a comparison, finding a contrast between people in the city and people outside the city. So we immediately

Observing behaviour: the museum vs the city

When discussing how we should go about observing the behaviour of people in the city, we were all quite interested in making a comparison, finding a contrast between people in the city and people outside the city. So we immediately

A look into the underground – London’s Networks

 We decided to examine the fast, efficient and invisible on street level tube networks of the London underground. This network has become crucial for the activity and transportation of Londoners in their everyday life. However what is it that differentiates the

A look into the underground – London’s Networks

 We decided to examine the fast, efficient and invisible on street level tube networks of the London underground. This network has become crucial for the activity and transportation of Londoners in their everyday life. However what is it that differentiates the