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Walking along Washington Street in February I found patterns of light, varied textures, high contrasts, signs of new growth, festive signs, and layered signs. These photos were taken on Tuesday, February 24 from 1:30 to 2:30 in the afternoon. 163 more words
In this video interview, Rob Imrie, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London, talks about changes in the quality of public space in Britain, his current work on shared social environments and some of the challenges he has experienced as a social scientist working in the design field. 265 more words
The aims of Urban Roots’ ‘Green Infill’ project include a variety of outcomes. But what does ‘Green-Infill’ actually mean? Essentially, our definition of green infill implies taking existing underutilized spaces and converting them to more useful public spaces. 108 more words
Public space could be defined as syntheses between architecture, mankind and landscape. With interventions in public space the designer, photographer, artist and city dresser is creating exceptional experiences. 25 more words