Lyn Lofland’s The Public Realm has been a fairly transformative book in how I think about space, I am unsure how it had never come my way. Public Realm. Lyn H. Lofland as well as in everyday speech, the concept of public realm has no consensual definition and definitions that are. The public realm is defined as those nonprivate sectors or areas of urban settlements in which individuals in co-presence tend to be LYN H. LOFLAND.
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