Investigating the profoundly anarchic and mysterious nature of cities.
Exploring the connection between a conscious architectural practice and a conscious life
“Close your eyes and just feel what it feels like to stand here.”
What are the different elements that compose our well-being? What does it mean to measure or quantify well-being? And how do we think about the ethics of well-being in a collective or social context?
Will biofeedback data help us better understand our neural responses to the urban environment?
The largely teenaged group arrived with no particular building skills, but with some guidance they created a physical space for the lively conversation about public space that followed.
Like mockingbirds that model their song on the sound of the car alarms going off nearby, we city dwellers reflect and are shaped by our environments.