This book changes our view of cities as collections of individual buildings. By prejudicing public space and finding previously undefined public spaces within them, “Chiastic Space”, it presents ideas for a radically transformed western city. By studying, defining and indexing these spaces, Sydney-based artist and architect Richard Goodwin has found “what a building desires” to do next in its determination to facilitate new technologies, new building-to-building connections and demands on its program.

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