Heterotopic Proliferation and Poly-physiognomy of Contemporary Urban Space

Michael A. Vidalis University of the Aegean

Abstract The modern city, especially the contemporary urban space, is reviewed through the prism of the senses, rendering a unique perspective of the new urban spatial experience. Urban architecture in tandem with urban sociology examine and bisect the new multisensory urban fabric, ideal or pragmatic. Laconically, this paper examines the manifestations of today’s poly-physiognomic, heterotopic and sensual urban space. 

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