Engage people in the design of public spaces

Source: thoughts.arup.com

Obtaining information on how people will use the city is that is not yet built is problematic , the current methods of public participation and traditional information garnered from  the public space of the past does not give us adequate information on how to design the cites of the future, but a knowledge of these is essential for our guidance at least. Henry Ford is supposed to have said that if he had asked people wha they want for transportation that they would have said "better horses"  his response was the model T Ford – which of them was right in interesting in retrospect.

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