Hostile architecture

Experimental visualization of narrower problems

Hostile architecture is an ostensibly new feature of the securitised urban landscape. It is used for social control to discourage undesired behaviour in public and urban spaces, such as implanting spikes and studs in the ground to prevent the homeless from sleeping in otherwise unrestricted space.

Broader Problems:
Inhumane architecture
Problem Type:
E: Emanations of other problems
Date of last update
24.04.2019 – 13:54 CEST