Public Landscape


“Prahran Square poses questions about people’s expectations regarding public space. It is not a public square in the European tradition, with a strong commercial or civic presence. Instead, it offers another kind of “third space” where being together and being alone can be done outside norms of market and ceremony. Crucial to this, of course, is that the square is a public project, funded and built by the council for its community.”

https://landscapeaustralia.com/articles/provoking-new-encounters/

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