Contributed by altimmer
What is the architect's ability of organize people? Our action attempts to answer this question by re-integrating people through elective segregation.
Contributed by ajkinik
Non-profit organization dedicated to combatting Montreal's absurd anti-street food laws.
Contributed by PKMN
Turning Caceres inhabitants into authentic players and transporting them to pack the historical city center pretends to aware them of their important and real role in the urban development.
Contributed by act.arch
Foodie Flashmob comes from playing the game publicCITY at activistarchitecture.com. It's all about dining everywhere but the dining room, and inviting the public to join in the feast!
Millions of bubbles soap flooded the city...
Urban Swings come from playing the publicCITY game at www.activistarchitecture.com.
Contributed by Carl Projects
A shape-shifting cushion of air for cloud observations and gusty escapades
Contributed by CarolineWoolard
Have a Seat is Caroline Woolard’s gesture towards reclaiming public space. It is a platform for a new vantage point on the street.
Participants are invited to cruise the streets with a soda can attached to the roof of their car.
Contributed by YoungElPaso
Emperor Penguins - mostly the males - shelter their eggs in the Antarctic winter by huddling together in very large groups.