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We remember places
because of the stories we tell about them.





The sunset was amazing over the Grand Canyon one afternoon in 1992.


The riots almost burned down Syntagma Square in Athens in 2008,


and even if we only saw it on TV, we still remember the square like that.


In Hong Kong we saw Filipino nannies having Sunday tea in cardboard boxes


in a space that was was never meant to be public, but then suddenly it was.





When stories shape our perception of public space


we might assume that the spaces themselves generate the stories that we will later remember them by.



Something in their design might trigger events


that lead to human interaction or forces of nature joining to make a memorable moment.





But could we imagine reversing that process?





Could we begin thinking about public space


by designing stories that could potentially take place there,


and therefore design our memories or even the physical reality of the place


before that space exists?







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