Friction in Public Space
Friction in Public Space

In 2015 TCL led an Upper Pool design research studio (first year Master of Landscape Architecture) at RMIT University entitled ‘Messy Compositions’. Over four months, this project framed a studio-studio collaboration exploring the relationship between composition—designed urban form—and messiness—the complexities and conflicts, tensions and instabilities, exchanges and negotiations—that define public space. This Tickle publication is a catalogue of the semester’s investigations.

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