In the 1960s, Edward T. Hall developed a theory based on the relationship between space, culture, community, and belonging. His research is becoming increasingly important for us as we discern how to better engage in community. After all, the biblical mandate for us is to be in community, but what does that actually look like? The wineskins can change, can’t they?
A Thriving Future of Places: Placemaking as the New Urban Agenda By Ethan Kent, Senior Vice President, Project for Public Spaces The current trajectory of urbanization and city-building is not going to get us where we need to go. In fact, if you google “The Future of Cities,” the images that come up reflect [...]