AKAA laureate Leila Araghian talks about her winning Tehran pedestrian bridge project at the World Economic Forum

Cities are often designed for cars, not for people. Iranian architect Leila Araghian introduces the pedestrian bridge she designed in Tehran, with the aim of enticing people to stay and enjoy being on the bridge rather than regarding it only as a place to pass.

She advocates for the importance of all citizens, regardless of their income, to have the right to good quality space in their cities.

Published on Aug 8, 2016


Research, Insight & Perspective by A. Maherali


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