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Posted by  Per Corell on October 17, 2002 at 00:33:19:

In Reply to:  Re: Our Public places are deserted!!! posted by Manuel Oliveros on October 16, 2002 at 09:41:11:

Hi
Now here it rain or is cold ,guess halve of the year. Houses are seperate from eachother by streets that hold the service functions electricity cables drainages and act as leads at the same time.
Even when houses are covered with climat shells, it's the street that become dry ,-- but when this happen ,the street become the public arear ; isn't it strange, that a building structure like a street, become the place people join, just thinking about what it acturly is and at what level the functions are. From my point of view the street are a strange building volume ; nothing but appended structures are done to make it work how it work, it's the most used structure ,just covered and by avoiding motor trafic it change compleatly like we seen where motor trafic been avoided everything suddenly grow ,people gather and buisness floris.

 
 
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