Analysing co-presence and urban affordances
Patterns of pedestrian movement flows, co-presence, and staying in public spaces in Stockholm, will be analyzed using smart phone information, questionnaires and more.
The goal is to identify how urban characteristics, including configurative properties, physical features, land use, and spatiotemporal variations, correspond with how the city is used and patterns of co-presence. The study will highlight differences across the city in terms of accessibility to urban resources, and to other people. Analyses are designed to respond to how social processes and segregation phenomena relate to architecture, urban design and planning.
- Legeby, Ann et al (2022), New urban habits in Stockholm following COVID-19. Urban Studies.
- You can explore the findings of the article in an interactive visualization on the Senseable City Lab website.
- Legeby, Ann. (2013). Patterns of co-presence: spatial configuration and social segregation. KTH Architecture. Stockholm: KTH.