Spaces and Flows Journal

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Walking the Streets: No More Motorways for Belfast

This article explores how the spatial qualities and diversity of one of Belfast’s main arteries, North Street/Peter’s Hill, was transformed by urban planning decisions throughout the twentieth century.

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Published online: May 17, 2017

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Promoting Cycling with Help of Participatory Mapping on Samui Island, Thailand

This study employes a participatory mapping method encouraging community participation in promoting cycling on Samui Island, a famous tourist destination and a low-carbon model town in Thailand.

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Published online: April 24, 2017

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Intelligent Transport as a Formula for Improving Urban Spaces and Flows: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis

In Barcelona, Spain, there is high sensitivity and predisposition towards sustainable transport formulas; however, there are major barriers to adoption including price and energy independence.

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Published online: March 3, 2017

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Manifestation of Power: Toopkhaneh Square, Tehran

This study focuses on the spatial transformation of Toopkhaneh Square in Tehran as an example of power relations and power struggles, which are projected onto the body of the city.

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Published online: February 17, 2017

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How Savagism of the Narco Motorbike Has Shaped the Contemporary City

This article studies how the individualist view of capitalism and symbiosis with the machine could end in a political crisis inside a “capitalist paradise.”

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Published online: February 10, 2017

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“Defined in the Past, Designed in the Present”: Revitalization and Tinkering with Spatial Scripts at Lansdowne Park

This paper discusses Lansdowne Park as a place of contradiction and proposes a supplementary theory of revitalization that incorporates the user’s perspective.

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Published online: January 6, 2017

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Light and the Manifestation of Performance Place: The Experience of Spaces and Places through a Different Light

This paper develops an understanding of non-physical place making and the power of light in creating social public events, through "Night in the Garden" at Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, 2014.

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Published online: December 28, 2016

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Sense of the City: Proximity and Mobility

The "mobile subject" and "mobile ecology" become the theoretical constructs to understand the processes of mobility comprising the city. These constructs also allow us to understand urban expansion.

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Published online: December 8, 2016

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Mapping Urban Interfaces: A Typology of Public/Private Interfaces in Informal Settlements

The paper aims to develop a typology for analysing and mapping public/private interfaces in informal settlements.

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Published online: November 30, 2016

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Urban Function of the Infraordinary: Dry Cleaners as Social Vertexes

This project explores the infraordinary London dry cleaners as social vertexes that perform vital functions as components of the social dimension of the city, separate form their practical use.

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Published online: November 15, 2016

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