By Jun Lee
The characteristics of the square are more or less of Camillo Sitte’s findings of pre-Modern squares: well-secluded by buildings; not interrupted by roads etc. However, surely, the experience of discovering unexpected place was the most amusing part of the place for me.
When we were going through the small parking space (1 on map), we could only see narrow back alley (2 on map) and we were not sure where we were going to, then we saw a glimpse of open space on our right-hand side, where some people were having outside. That was Sun square with a cafe and a restaurant at the corner. It is still linked to the ‘pedestrianized’ high street, through a type of mews gate (3 on map); however that route is not spatially inviting to outsiders so that you may ‘discover’ it. (or, sorry for spoiling your fun, readers)