Public space in a city can be compared to a ligament in the body which connects completely different elements such as bones, joints and muscles. Public space in an urban context spatially connects different elements in a city and serves as a transitional area. In the case of Radicka Street, the public space created by the overpass connects Radnicka, the foot bridge and the different retail space. LIke ligaments in a body, the role of public space in an urban context can be frequently underestimated, but it creates an “invisible” infrastructure in which the city is joined spatially connecting completely different elements.
Status: School Project
Location: Zagreb, HR
My Role: Student
Additional Credits: Mentors: Miroslav Geng, Tin Sven Franic