Posts Tagged 'Playgrounds'

Right to the City: São Paulo DIY Games

In October 2013, we traveled to Brazil to participate in the 10th Architecture Biennale of São Paulo and organize a workshop parallel to the event. The exhibition and workshops highlighted different forms of creative grassroots activism, and demonstrated how communities

/ By Partizan

Right to the City: São Paulo DIY Games

In October 2013, we traveled to Brazil to participate in the 10th Architecture Biennale of São Paulo and organize a workshop parallel to the event. The exhibition and workshops highlighted different forms of creative grassroots activism, and demonstrated how communities

/ By Partizan

Public Art a la Belorusse

I recently visited the Belorussian city of Gomel and was inspired by its wonderful public art. In Moscow, we tend to think in terms of art-districts and public-art programs, but in Gomel, which is typical of a post-Soviet city, art

/ By Igor Ponosov

Public Art a la Belorusse

I recently visited the Belorussian city of Gomel and was inspired by its wonderful public art. In Moscow, we tend to think in terms of art-districts and public-art programs, but in Gomel, which is typical of a post-Soviet city, art

/ By Igor Ponosov

Florian Rivière: Cities as Playgrounds

If cities are meant to be for people, then they need to be un-choreographed – spaces for play, and for free expression. Florian Rivière, Strasbourg’s ‘Urban Hacktivist’ re-organizes the city for activity and fun. His interventions are about reclaiming and

/ By Shriya

Florian Rivière: Cities as Playgrounds

If cities are meant to be for people, then they need to be un-choreographed – spaces for play, and for free expression. Florian Rivière, Strasbourg’s ‘Urban Hacktivist’ re-organizes the city for activity and fun. His interventions are about reclaiming and

/ By Shriya