A new interview on Deep Baltic where we talk about the way we look at city and how we developed the SPIN Unit model:
We are interested in margins and alternative behaviours. What we see as the main problem in modern cities is the authority of cities that rely only on long-term land-use-based planning. In other words, cities that are designed just based on the ownership and function of one place while society changes at a faster pace than their plans. But the problem is that the planning rules very often don’t allow for fast changes or instruments that allow temporary uses.