Climate crisis, economic-social transitions, new networks of knowledge and globalisation are modifying the conception of space and time in the contemporary city. There are also changes to perceptive, cognitive and functional relationships with unbuilt space, which continues to be interpreted and designed as a static and univocal entity. This text advances the hypothesis of reconsidering unbuilt urban space as a regulating-enabling space/environmental system for improving the psycho-physical health and socioeconomic wellbeing of people. To initiate this innovation it is not enough to simply work with geometric, aesthetic and functional aspects. A more complex process of rethinking paradigms, models and levels of technological interface is required to activate an open, multi-dimensional and reversible design of urban spaces that can once again be imagined, perceived and experienced.
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