Space in between III
The city is alive, constantly evolving system. Urban decisions are not capable of stopping nor controlling grassroots initiatives. One of the principle rules of balanced city is growth and taking over existing structures by bottom-up actions. During these slow, constant processes, new architectural structures upraise and old ones are being changed. Finally, some are demolished. In classic city frontage, in consecutive series of buildings we face void spaces. Mysterious causes lead to gaps in the consistent structure of the street, and characteristic for metropolis blind walls are created. Which meanings of these places should be preserved, underlined, and which should be removed? The purpose of the project is not finding one, perfect solution — the idea of such is a dangerous utopia that can lead to unification of those places. Although at the first glance they are the same, each of them have something unique to offer.