The POP-UP is street-furniture that can be pumped out of the pavement by the inhabitants.

The POP-UP is street-furniture that can be pumped out of the pavement by the inhabitants. Click image for details and visit the Slow Ottawa 'Street Furniture' board for more innovative urbanism.

Charlotte Ammundsens Plads by 1:1 Landskab

Reminds me of an iceberg -- and iceberg themed public space would be fun! Charlotte Ammundsens Plads by Landskab

Playscapes - Primary Structure from Jacob Dahlgren, Wanås Sweden

Primary Structure, Wanås Sculpture Park, Sweden by Jacob Dahlgren The sculpture looks like it is made of oversized toy building blocks, although some parts defy gravity as they hover over the ground.

EU Pavilion / Senat Haliti

Gallery of EU Pavilion / Senat Haliti - 6

Loop can be used indoor + outdoor in various social and cultural contexts to take an informal rest or movement on, in and around. Ideal for 4-6 people.

COMMUNAL SEATING: Loop can be used indoor + outdoor in various social and cultural contexts to take an informal rest or movement on, in and around.

Urban Revitalization Superkilen by Topotek1, BIG & Superflex

Urban Revitalization Superkilen by BIG & Superflex « Landscape Architecture Works

Meeting Pods in NY 5 - Courtesy of Times Square Alliance

The Times Square Meeting Bowls, a Public Art Project in NY should positively impact urban design for more social street furniture solutions.

Cricklewood Mobile Town Square by Spacemakers --- The intention of the project is to highlight the lack of green space and amenities in the community. “Cricklewood is a community with no public space: no town hall, no library, no square, not even a single bench,” and "The square will take the form of a civic folly on the back of a rickshaw bicycle, housing everything necessary to create a bona fide town square, including benches, stools, a clock tower, games and signage."

A mobile town square pops-up in Cricklewood, a London suburb that lacks even one park bench via Kozich

New Riverfront Revitalization Plan (Nashville) from Hargreaves Associates   --- The park is part of a much larger sustainable redevelopment project to transform the riverfront wasteland into beautiful recreational space for the downtown area. As part of the project, Hargreaves Associates incorporated adaptive reuse, renewable geo-thermal energy use, efficient-lighting, floodplain preservation and storage, brownfield remediation, water harvesting for irrigation

Image 13 of 21 from gallery of Cumberland Park / Hargreaves Associates. Courtesy of hargreaves associates

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