A day in the Airport

I’ve recently become aware of subversive architecture. The main purpose of these structural “enhancements” are to ward off homeless people in a park so the bad element will keep away.

Sometimes these architectural modifications will come in the form of spikes on the ground in a vestibule corner to prevent sleeping there. {Others|Other times|Sometimes|Certain Cities) it will be armrests on community benches, again to prevent sleeping there.

Instead of trying to scare away the vagrant population in large cities, why don’t we, as a people, do something to eliminate homelessness instead?

Now when I see seating areas in airport lounges, all I can see is that corporations see us all this way, not just homeless people. We’re all cattle. Airport Lounges

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