The Rise of Coworking Spaces in the Global East
IGD Research Fund, Institute of Geography and Sustainability, University of Lausanne
On-going. Started in March 2021.
Contributing to the literature of legal geography, this project on the rise of coworking spaces in the Global East cities aims at explaining why and how the rhetoric of sharing is rearranging property relations in the city, so that this project can practically explore the implications of the sharing urbanism for territorial planning and conceptually clarify the meaning of urban commoning.
Presentations linked to this project
‘The law’s preciseness paradox: Interpreting the unrecognisable spaces in the sharing urbanism’
with Jean Ruegg
Symposium – Geographies of Law: Inquiries into the space-law tangle, University of Turin, Turin, Italy (mixed mode), 13-14 December 2021