From Public Workshop’s Project Archives: Project: Community Baseball Cards Location:New York, NY Project Director: Alex Gilliam and the Citizen Designer Workshop for the Hester Street Collaborative Year: 2007 Patience, patience. More information is on the way.
You may or may not have noticed, through articles by Public Workshop (here) or via a steady rise in media attention, but playgrounds for the elderly are on the rise. This innovation started in Asia, particularly China, Japan and Singapore but thereafter spread to Spain, Germany and England. Some countries such as Germany are taking […]
Public Workshop couldn’t be more excited to be working with Landon Bone Baker Architects in Chicago to create a social entrepreneurship program for their firm. Landon Bone Baker is well known for their their many things but particularly for thoughtful affordable housing projects such as the renovation of Archer Courts in Chicago (pictured above).
Can a massive foam sword fight in the crosswalk of a busy street change the street-use culture of a community? This Friday University of Texas School of Architecture students are hosting their once a semester Foam Sword Friday at 12.30 at the crosswalk on Guadalupe between 21st and 23rd Streets. How does it work? Simple, […]
Project: What’s Poppin’ On Fulton Street? Redesigning The Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum’s City Of Neighborhoods Program. Location: New York, NY Project Directors: Alex Gilliam and Damon Rich of the Center For Urban Pedagogy Year: 2007 Not to worry, more information is on the way. Stay tuned!