Anti-homeless spikes are part of a wider phenomenon of ‘hostile architecture’

“The architectural historian Iain Borden says the emergence of hostile architecture has its roots in 1990s urban design and public-space management. The emergence, he said, “suggested we are only republic citizens to the degree that we are either working or consuming goods directly.” – Anti-homeless spikes are part of a wider phenomenon of ‘hostile architecture’

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