Repurposed traffic barrels reactivate a forgotten public space in El Paso
FLASH INSTALLATION is a pop-up architectural installation that reactivates a public space with repurposed materials in El Paso.
This Artist Is Letting People Walk on Water
Conceptual artist Christo is giving visitors to Italy's Lake Iseo a chance to walk on water—atop a vibrant orange floating walkway
Flint Public Art Project
The Flint Public Art Project connects local talent with international artists and thinkers to develop participatory cultural events, public art installations and demonstration projects that reimagine the city. Interventions range from massive video projects to chair-bombing by local teens. #LQC #Placemaking
Hunk Design has created awesome #LQC amenities. These fun but simple public space pillows are made from shipping container materials, seat belt bands and swimming pool buoys! The The "Fuguloco's" have become host to relaxation and play for kids and adults alike in #Placemaking projects across The Netherlands.
malka architecture uses pallets to build arenas in las vegas
working alongside justkid’s curator charlotte dutoit, life is beautiful - a music and art festival - has initiated the urban renewal of downtown las vegas.
The dense community of Dharavi, Mumbai has become host to a pop-up design museum where artisans are sharing local goods with their community. The area is considered one of the region's largest 'slums' but despite negative connotations, is home to a vibrant community of makers. The pop-up museum is a site of cultural and community exchange. #LQC #Placemaking
IBM's "People for Smarter Cities Project" is turning advertisements into functional street amenities like benches, ramps and shelters from rain. These #LQC interventions are reinventing the presence of ads in cities to support the livability of streets! #Placemaking
students of waseda university crafts temporary plywood pavilion in tokyo
with a limited budget, the structure's form features a grid in the shape of a cubic volume with the four sides spherically hollowed out.
Floating Gardens, Giant Chalkboards, and Climbing Walls on Banks of Seine in Paris - Urban Gardens
Photo: Mairie de Paris. Paris is transforming an utterly urban area along the River Seine to a cleaner, greener space. A new Left Bank promenade called the Berges de Seine (Banks of the Seine) was unveiled last month, and is quickly drawing crowds of walkers, cyclists and urbanites seeking a bit of nature. Photo: Architecture Urbanisme. Photo: […]