Why the world wants more porous cities: Richard Sennett in Guardian Cities

27 November 2015

In his Guardian Cities piece titled ‘The world wants more ‘porous’ cities – so why don’t we build them?’ Richard Sennett describes Nehru Place as ‘every urbanist’s dream: intense, mixed, complex’.  Richard Sennett is Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Visiting Professor of Architecture at Cambridge University. He is speaking at the LSE on Thursday 3 December at the Urban Age Global Debate on Narratives of Inclusion: can cities help us live together.

Read the piece in full here.
For information about the Urban Age Global Debates click here .