How are comfortable cities with inviting public spaces created? With careful planning, says Dorte Mandrup. „A house or an idea should not be a gimmick, but must be relevant.“
The Danish architect sees architecture and the city as a complex and complicated undertaking that can only succeed with the necessary knowledge and deeper understanding of architecture, in other words, only with architects and urban planners as experts. Meanwhile, the commercialization of architecture is progressing. How can architects rebel against it without fearing for their contracts and their existence?