By Jacques Derrida, Peter Eisenman
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In hospital waiting corridors: no. Design and location are significant. Positioned to observe things going on, you can just watch without obligation to talk. This makes conversation easier. Seats at an angle to each other are more sociable. They’re more inviting if sunny or shady, as required. But seats are formal – not for the shy. Logs, sections of tree-trunk, low walls and fence-rails, even steps to sit on, are more casual. (For safety, side branches or flat undersides prevent rolling. ) Social relationships and place Sun-trap and shade oasis seats Informal seats for sociability 49 50 Environment and children Scale affects the ability to relax, and hence sociability.
You can’t chat to friends, read or comfort a child and assume other children will still be there. For relaxed adults and safe children, this means some sort of enclosure. But nobody likes restrictions. Semi-enclosures feel less confining. For safety, these depend on supervision, usually parental, but also sometimes just informally by neighbours. Domestic windows, open-fronted workshops or allotments surrounding courtyards, cul-de-sacs or park dead-ends ensure supervisory view. For greens encircled by private gardens, self-closing gates, latched above child reach, can keep children from wandering.
Steiner, Rudolf, quoted by Lifeways North America, http://www. com/waldorfplay. htm. Vygotskij, Lev Semënovic ibid. Arq, Concepcion Laguna (1995) The children, the green area and the sense 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 of community in Mexico City. International Play Journal 3, . Winnicott, Donald Woods. Cited in Lundahl, Gunilla, ed. (1995) ibid. ) Dudek, Mark (2000) Architecture of Schools. Architectural Press. Jennings, Sue (1995) Playing for real. International Play Journal 3, Green, Jeff (2006), Sensing the world and ourselves.