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Working Papers and Publications

Working Papers

Literature Overview

a. The Right To Digitally Infused Semi-public Spaces
b. Semi-public Space and the New Urban Agenda: Stakeholders and Issues
c.Digital Space Analysis Methodology

 

Physical Space Analysis – Sylvia Park

a. Auckland Semi-public Space: A Comparative Analysis of the Urban Contexts of the Integrated Enclosures of Spectacle and Consumption
b. Spatial Analysis Report – Sylvia Park Context 2006 -2013
c. Spatial Analysis Report – Sylvia Park Context 2006 – 2013 Summary Charts

 

Digital Space Analysis – Sylvia Park

a. Digital Communities Network and Semantic Analyses

 

Discussion and Conclusion

a. Urban Commons and Semi-public Space Resilience and the Age of Augmented Transductive Territorial Production: Simulation, Desire and Control
b. Semi-public Space and the Emerging Spatialisations of Resilient Urban Commons

 

Publication List

Journal Articles

Manfredini, M. (2020). Affirmatively Reading Post-Consumerism: Distributed Participatory Creativity and Creative Destruction of the Malled Metropolitan Centres of Auckland, New Zealand, During COVID-19 Lockdown. The Journal of Public Space, 5(3).

Manfredini, M. (2019). Urban Commons and the Right to the City. The Journal of Public Space, 4(4), 1-4. Available at: https://www.journalpublicspace.org/index.php/jps/article/view/1231

Manfredini, M. (2019). Simulation, Control and Desire: Urban Commons and Semi-Public Space Resilience in the Age of Augmented Transductive Territorial Production. The Journal of Public Space, 4(2), 179-198. Available at: https://www.journalpublicspace.org/index.php/jps/article/view/1209

Manfredini, M. (lead author), LO, A, & Reeves, D. (2018). Give Us Space! Augmented public space geographies in the changing public/private relationships. The Journal of Public Space, 3(1), 171-178. https://www.journalpublicspace.org/article/view/327

 

Related journal articles

Manfredini, M. (2019), Envisioning atmospheres of spectacle and activism. Utopia and critical urbanism instruments for the reclamation of the fragmented territories of the WALL and the MALL. The Journal of Public Space, 4(4), 83-108. Available at: https://www.journalpublicspace.org/index.php/jps/article/view/1235

Manfredini, M. (2019), Travels in Woundedland, Manfredo Manfredini for the Shenzhen Biennale (UABB) 2019, ArchDaily. Available at: https://www.archdaily.com/929175/travels-in-woundedland-manfredo-manfredini-for-the-shenzhen-biennale-uabb-2019 or at: https://www.academia.edu/41135512/Travels_in_Woundedland_Bi-City_Biennale_of_Urbanism_Architecture_UABB_Shenzhen_

Xin, Tian, Yiqian, Xu, Manfredini, Manfredo, Kaidi, Shi, and Fengjiiao, Xu (2019). Preliminary Exploration on Otherness and Civicness of Megamall, New Architecture, 3, pp. 76-81. Available at: http://kns.cnki.net/kcms/detail/detail.aspx?dbcode=CJFD&filename=XJZJ201903017&dbname=CJFDTEMP&uid=WEEvR EcwSlJHSldRa1FhdkJkVG1BdWs3NDdFRUpTM3VCNno2Q0xoVWdEND0%3D%249A4hF_YAuvQ5obgVAqNKPCYcEjK ensW4IQMovwHtwkF4VYPoHbKxJw!!

Xin, T., Manfredini, M., Zamani, F., Xu, L., Li, Y., Wang, and Fanyi, TW. (2018) Public life in Megamalls [J], Chinese & Overseas Architecture, 04 :18-23

 

Book chapters

Manfredini, M. (2019). Mobility, Translocalisation and Transduction: The Resilience of New Urban Commons in the Era of Advanced Technospheres, in Marata, Alessandro and Galdini, Rossana, Diversecity, Rome: CNAPPC – Consiglio Nazionale architetti Paesaggisti Pianificatori e Conservatori, pp. 403-412. Preview available at http://www.cittacreative.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/manfredini_DIVERSEcity-2019.pdf

Manfredini, M., and Hills, A. (in print). Auckland semi-public space. A comparative analysis of the urban contexts of the integrated enclosures of spectacle and consumption, in Bravo, Luisa (Dd) Intersections, Bologna, City Space Architecture

 

Related Book chapters

MANFREDINI, M. (in print) The Gezi Park Protest Space and the Novel Urban Commons: Community Resilience in the Age of Translocalism, official Catalogue of the Italian Pavilion at the 17th Biennale di Architettura Venezia.

 

Conference Papers

Manfredini, M. (2019). Emerging spatialisations of resilient urban commons: Re-thinking associative networks in the age of advanced translocalism, transduction and meta-publicness. In J. Santoso, Beyond resilience: Towards a more integrated and inclusive urban design, Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Forum on Urbanism, Jakarta, 24–26 June 2019

Manfredini, M. (2019). Translocalisation, transduction and hybridisation and the resilience of urban commons. In Haghighi, F, Bobic, N., Douglas, A., Hedges, S. (Eds.) Political Matters: Spatial Thinking of the Alternative: Interstices 2019. Auckland: Enigma, He Aupiki, pp. 38-39.

Jusmartinah, R., & Manfredini, M. (2019). Exploring recombinant urban process: emerging resilience in indonesian malled-kampung communities. In J. Santoso, Beyond resilience: Towards a more integrated and inclusive urban design, Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Forum on Urbanism, Jakarta, 24–26 June 2019.

Manfredini, M. (2018). Rethinking urban commons in the age of transductive territorial production: Detecting resilience in semi-public space of simulative relational assemblages, L. Chelleri, C. Mendoza, R. Colacios (eds.). Reframing Urban Resilience Implementation, Aligning Sustainability and Resilience, Proceedings of the 11th Conferences of the International Forum on Urbanism (IFOU), Barcelona, 10-12 December 2018. Available at https://sciforum.net/manuscripts/6002/manuscript.pdf 

ABOVE: “Civic” directional street signs in Botany Town Shopping Centre. © M. Manfredini, 2015.

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