Actions for Recycling

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".

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Contributed by mi-rimeter

This is a furniture, in which we redesigned a step of escalator into a chair.

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Contributed by rozana montiel

The project seeks to be a catalyst to reactivate and make significant use of places currently in disuse.

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Contributed by Pied la Biche

A weird procession of tuned garbage containers thru Lyon’s streets (fr) was organized for the nuits sonores festival, Lyon - 2008.

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Contributed by rugwind

A typical urban electrical box which keeps a secret, which no one will conquer thanks to it's urban mimicry. But when you know the secret you can open and unfold the box.

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Contributed by Franz_hose

This installation fits well into the post industrial athmosphere of the danube canal in Vienna between containers without fonction, graffitis, and a patchwork of different old urban furnitures.

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Contributed by fakecanadien

Winner of an honorable mention on the Palm enRoute Competition for Mobility Design edition 2008.

Urban Camp Hotel
What about camping in the city? Sounds crazy?

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Contributed by horsky

This interactive installation was created for Axiom Gallery's Carnival of the Arts. Fluxusignment 46 addresses sustainable practice and community dialogue. A “Ground-scored” desk, i.e.

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Contributed by General Assembly

Every day in New York City, no matter how we resist, we end up with multiple plastic bags in our hands. Whether from the deli, the hardware store or the bookstore. These bags are everywhere.

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Contributed by justincarter

A temporary intervention in a dark pedestrian underpass beneath city road bridge (Bybrua). During the daytime we asked pedestrians walking over the bridge if they would like to use our bicycle.

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