Design for the Crowd

About the Author: Joanna Merwood-Salisbury

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  • Hardcover
  • 312 pages
  • Design for the Crowd
  • Joanna Merwood-Salisbury
  • 26 April 2017
  • 022608082X

Design for the Crowd Situated On Broadway Between Fourteenth And Seventeenth Streets, Union Square Occupies A Central Place In Both The Geography And The History Of New York City Though This Compact Space Was Originally Designed In 1830 To Beautify A Residential Neighborhood And Boost Property Values, By The Early Days Of The Civil War, New Yorkers Had Transformed Union Square Into A Gathering Place For Political Debate And Protest As Public Use Of The Square Changed, So, Too, Did Its Design When Frederick Law Olmsted And Calvert Vaux Redesigned The Park In The Late Nineteenth Century, They Sought To Enhance Its Potential As A Space For The Orderly Expression Of Public Sentiment A Few Decades Later, Anarchists And Communist Activists, Including Emma Goldberg, Turned Union Square Into A Regular Gathering Place Where They Would Advocate For Radical Change In Response, A Series Of City Administrations And Business Groups Sought To Quash This Unruly Form Of Dissidence By Remaking The Square Into A New Kind Of Patriotic Space As Joanna Merwood Salisbury Shows Us In Design For The Crowd, The History Of Union Square Illustrates Ongoing Debates Over The Proper Organization Of Urban Space And Competing Images Of The Public That Uses It In This Sweeping History Of An Iconic Urban Square, Merwood Salisbury Gives Us A Review Of American Political Activism, Philosophies Of Urban Design, And The Many Ways In Which A Seemingly Stable Landmark Can Change Through Public Engagement And Design Published With The Support Of Further A Program Of The J M Kaplan Fund.