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Our idea of the built environment in the 21st century cannot depart from the relationship between the urban fabric and the social phenomena within cities.
We see the city landscape as a random scale-free network of pure trajectories, generated by people and their social behaviors, whose occasional collisions suggest a possible topology, creating flows and path, determining the space with its principal directions and patterns.
Each collision is related to a given event that occurs in a specific time interval which I’m calling tension.
— Alessandro Orsini, Fifth Dimensional Cities, 2012
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