Posts Tagged: public art

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New Years Photo Essay

Happy New Year! Now that the holidays have passed and I have had time to reflect on 2015, and the work ahead of me in 2016, I realize my last few months have been filled with many inspirational works of

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New Years Photo Essay

Happy New Year! Now that the holidays have passed and I have had time to reflect on 2015, and the work ahead of me in 2016, I realize my last few months have been filled with many inspirational works of

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NoMa’s Interim Placemaking Projects

Many neighborhoods can be labeled “in transition,” with changing land uses, building uses, and demographics. Often though while we wait for demolition and/or construction to begin we are left staring at empty lots or abandon buildings. This does not have

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NoMa’s Interim Placemaking Projects

Many neighborhoods can be labeled “in transition,” with changing land uses, building uses, and demographics. Often though while we wait for demolition and/or construction to begin we are left staring at empty lots or abandon buildings. This does not have

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Iceland’s Urban Art and Design Details

Public art interventions are not new to urban planning, particularly in European cities that have been curating public art collections for centuries. Iceland’s display of public art, while it includes many older sculptures, has taken a unique approach to displaying Icelandic

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Iceland’s Urban Art and Design Details

Public art interventions are not new to urban planning, particularly in European cities that have been curating public art collections for centuries. Iceland’s display of public art, while it includes many older sculptures, has taken a unique approach to displaying Icelandic

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Whimsical Winter Public Art in Montreal

Often public art provides pleasant backdrops for urban life but does not always evoke the playful side of city dwellers.  In a cold winter city particularly, pedestrians may not be as apt to stop and engage with a piece of art.

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Whimsical Winter Public Art in Montreal

Often public art provides pleasant backdrops for urban life but does not always evoke the playful side of city dwellers.  In a cold winter city particularly, pedestrians may not be as apt to stop and engage with a piece of art.

Urban Inspiration

Happy Monday!  Here are a few bits of urban inspiration to help you jump start your week. Public Participation in Singapore Library Design Singapore reopened its Library@Orchard last week (23 October 2014) with some beautiful new design elements. So far it has

Urban Inspiration

Happy Monday!  Here are a few bits of urban inspiration to help you jump start your week. Public Participation in Singapore Library Design Singapore reopened its Library@Orchard last week (23 October 2014) with some beautiful new design elements. So far it has