The Cascade Project Transforms Disused Staircase into Inspiring Urban Space for Hong Kong Residents
Hong Kong's cascade project transforms neglected public staircases into citizen centric urban space by providing a wecolming and sociable environment.
elhombreorquestadigital: “ Cielos y suelos de Badajoz.(djo+a). 2012. Fuente: laciudadviva.org …el proyecto nace de un pequeño encargo para calcular unos anclajes de toldos que un grupo de comerciantes...
Beauty on a Budget: Landscape Architects EMF Transform Urban Wasteland into Barcelona Pocket Park
What kind of public space could you create with less than $4 per square foot ($40 per square meter)? In the wake of the economic crisis, Spanish landscape arc…
A group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colorful lines as cars drove through. So the cars and their wheels, if the driver wanted it or not, became the brush tool for this guerilla public art piece.
Rethinking the Street Space: Why Street Design Matters
Streets aren't just for driving, and cities are starting to realize it. Amber Hawkes and Georgia Sheridan explain why street design matters and where we are today in terms of designing the "street space."
Voilà Les Lalanne
Fauteuil Crapaud, François-Xavier Lalanne, 1969 The Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris is hosting a major retrospective of Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne until the 4th of July. Claude and François-Xavier met in 1952 and started working together in 1956. Since their first exhibition entitled "Zoophites" in 1964, this inseparable couple of surrealist artists have always exhibited and worked together, and consequently have often been regarded as a single entity, although they rarely…
Astounding and Interactive Sidewalk Art Around the World
Alternative sidewalk design explores eco-friendly, minimally invasive ways to pave pathways for pedestrians. Artists take the concept in another direction and create a temporary reprieve from the d…
urban hacking - from shopping carts to parking lots
florian riviere has transformed a parking lot into individual playing fields for multiple sports, made over through tape and shopping carts.