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Jan Gehl: How to study public life

How to Study Public Life: Jan Gehl, Birgitte Svarre Not possible to live your life this way. People, humans are small animals. They have to live in green area's and most preferable in the Forest-edge.

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Creative campaign in Switzerland to get people to notice public trashcans in an effort to curb littering.

Find out how community paramedicine can improve patient experience and reduce ED visits.

See how community paramedics can help extend the care team to achieve system goals of patient engagement and robust care management.

La vía verde de Nueva York HIGH LINE, NUEVA YORK (ESTADOS UNIDOS) / DILLER SCOFIDIO + RENFRO. El parque High Line de Nueva York, proyectado por el estudio de arquitectura Diller Scofidio + Renfro e inaugurado en 2009, transformó en zona verde una antigua línea de tren elevado que dejó de funcionar en los años 30. Su trazado abarca 1,6 kilómetros entre Gansevoort Street y la calle 30, con nueve entradas

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Falcone Flyover, High Line - Diller Scofidio + Renfro (Image Iwan Baan)

Ephemeral roof for a block party. Alonso, Mario and Aldo. Monterrey, Mexico

Submit examples of “tactical urbanisms” from your city—temporary projects that aim to make cities more livable—to the Uneven Growth exhibition website. [Ephemeral roof for a block party.

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Satirical cartography project about geographic prejudices and national stereotypes by visual artist, graphic designer and writer Yanko Tsvetkov.

Contour Bench Swing

The Contour Bench Swing is manufactured with inch 10 gauge tubing with an adjustable sleeve for use with either 4 or 6 foot benches. The bench is available in a variety of patterns.

14 murals from the Water Tank Project

Water Tank Project Gives Special Meaning to NYC Skyline

acclaimed artists redefine the skyline by wrapping NYC's water tanks

Park(ing) Day Scenes From Around the US. Park(ing) day is a movement with the goal of calling attention to the amount of space devoted to the private automobile, to reclaim this urban space, and encourage community and participation in the public realm.

Poll: Do You Want to See Streateries & Parklets in RVA? - The Dogtown Dish, Manchester Richmond News