UrbanoActivo in Governors Island!
Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good—the official U.S. presentation at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale (2012)—makes its first New York appearance on Governors Island, New York City’s newest public park. Recently decommissioned as a military base, the island is home to hundreds of historic buildings and over 30 acres of public space.Spontaneous Interventions (S.I.) joins dozens of organizations, including Figment, the NY Public Library, LMCC, and more, that are bringing exhibitions, events, installations, and activities to the island’s audience, which last summer topped 400,000. (NOTE: The opening date has been delayed until June 6.) http://www.spontaneousinterventions.org/
Sao Paulo loves parklets so much it’s integrated them into city planning policy, the first legal change of its kind in Latin America.
Happy Birthday to influential sculptor Anish Kapoor! In 2006, we had the pleasure of presenting Sky Mirror at Rockefeller Center.
images: Seong Kown
The Estuario de la Bahía de San Juan program along with citizen volunteers take over Santurce’s old PR Telephone Company’s abandoned building facade to transform it into a vertical garden. Watch video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtigGGLPqP0
Beautiful work by Brooklyn based artist Chat Travieso. Photos taken from his website chattravieso.com
Chat Travieso. Pop up park in between cyclone fence in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. http://www.chattravieso.com/
Within the frame of Hello Wood 2012, Dia Harcsa, Tibor Dékány and Ádám Hatvani, members of Sporaarchitects, designed the wooden Gossip Bench. Sit and indulge in pretty talk.
Photos by: Péter Márk, Péter Sárközi _ MOME line _ All rights reserved