(名詞) 公共和私有空曠地帶 (open spaces) 的長期維護與管理。亦寫成 place-keeping。請注意 (wide) open spaces (開闊的空曠地帶) 與 open ground (空地) 的不同。
For Tom DeCaigny, the SFAC’s director of cultural affairs, the Treasure Island development project isn’t just about “placemaking” — a buzzword in the world of urban planning — but, rather, “placekeeping.” That is, honoring Treasure Island’s past and the communities that have shaped it, while recognizing the incredible alterations it will undergo in the years ahead.
—Sarah Hotchkiss, “City Plans to Transform Treasure Island with $50 Million for Public Art,” KQED, July 21, 2015
Three presenters summarized their perceptions and experience. Roberto Bedoya began by talking about how he’d conceived the alternative frame of placekeeping in terms of “spatial justice.”
—“Human Rights and Property Rights: Placemaking and Placekeeping,” U.S. Department of Arts and Culture, March 21, 2016