Contributed by rosvit
'Basurea'; a hybrid of the Spanish for rubbish (basura) and 'Ikea', is a new brand to mark Barcelona's street walking, junk-trawling phenomenon.
Contributed by sergio_clavijo
Lost and Found took over a period of six months between December 21st 2005 at 6:35pm, and June 21 2006 at 12:26pm when these photographs were taken.
Contributed by ChristopherRobbins
I built a fourteen foot tall tree out of plywood and planted it outside in the Winter.
This action is the reconstruction of a piece of old wall using an organic material as human hair.
Contributed by nofixedabode
Caban Unnos: It’s Now-or-Never, demonstrates the outcome of a relationship between an architect, an environmental project manager and No Fixed Abode, which saw the realisation of a contemporary one
Contributed by act.arch
The Visual Voice is a mouthpiece for the marginalized----an interactive guerilla billboard--- meant to translate and mediate the personal, human scale with the greater city at large.
Contributed by gerard cuartero...
Proposal made in the city of Lleida in order to transform a trash-public space into an useful public space. The space is located in a very hot city with very few places to sit.
Contributed by rtorre
Phonoipu (2003) is a garbage container converted into a cultural container.
Contributed by PKMN
In every house, every object has a life and a history. What happens when Toledo citizens bring their furniture they don´t use anymore to the street?
Contributed by Reuben Kincaid
Reuben Kincaid Realty encourages people to identify and inhabit homes that are recently foreclosed and or vacant. We put signs on homes that are ready "For Squat".