Edwin Heathcote, architecture and design critic for the Financial Times, callsTheatrum Mundi / Global Street an “ambitious, unashamedly intellectual, slightly scattershot but also provocative … attempt to grab the debate around the design of public space back from private interests and disinterested bureaucracies. He sees in it “a kind of proto-public space, a forum and a space of stimulation”. Read his full review in the FT on 26 October 2012 here (registration required).
FT review: “A breath of fresh air for public spaces”
26 October 2012