"Unexpected pertinence: Extending the current notions of public space, the inhabitants of Guimarães are invited to take the maximum profit of these (waterful) mo(nu)ments. The concept is to promote an occupation of the water public spaces by redefining city’s physical limits and deleting the social predefined boundaries. This project is not about beauty, but reinvention - it is about fountain-use upgrade design.
Low-tech, maximum effect: Quick and simple to implement, low-tech urban hacks shows city-users they must be part of the city urban planning, calling for a use of public space where hacking becomes an energetic, optimistic design approach. Fountain Hacks promotes places to enjoy and refresh: put your feet into the water as you have always wished; try on the social shower and invite your neighbour to join you; make part of the city users!”
Posted on Thursday, September 25th 2014
A Tribute To The Humble Sandbag : Faithfully serving the British!
Posted on Thursday, February 13th 2014
Posted on Wednesday, February 12th 2014
Houston 1966. Photo courtesy of Neil Leifer
I was reminded of one of my favourite images today. :)
Posted on Monday, January 27th 2014
Can’t Fault the Old Man for Tucking In! Just Awesome.
Posted on Saturday, December 7th 2013