Evolution Of Public Spaces During The 17th And 18th Century

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Particularly, during the 17th and 18th centuries we see the evolutions of the streets and public spaces. Streets became more effective in linking places for example in Berlin improved street foundation lead to greater connectivity between the east and west. The formation of districts and blocked patterns create more consistency. In turn it creates further subdivision separating the low, middle and high class. In the 18th century we start to see more localized design which can aide residents by classifying an area as commercial or of a more social gathering place. Like Berlin, Paris and London also show the evolution of the streets and squares by creating land uses. For example, Place Vosges as a social gathering place for the high class and

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