Space and Property: Public and Private
Property and space have interacted for as long as civilization has been around, even longer. But the key disciplines that impact urban form do not recognize how this interaction impacts access and urban form. To this add two more binary categories: public and private. Like urban space, real property divides into public and private. Although the difference between public and private has been conceptually clouded in many domains over the past several decades and what’s public and private sometimes blend in the everyday space we use, the differences are virtually sacrosanct.