“The nondescript aisle has long been regarded by architects and planners as the poorer cousin of boulevards, squares and streets. In this thought-provoking piece, Peter Benz defends this often overlooked transition space and reminds us of its everyday beauty.”
Peter Benz. “Empty Aisles.” In Singapore Architect 247 (December 2008). p. 138–143.
You may find the full essay here.