Contributed by MoralesMaucout
The Metroscope is a service design project for la RATP (parisian subway and bus company) imagined by students at ENSCI - Les Ateliers.
Contributed by CD
“Câble” is the fruit of an intuitive investigation of the layer structure founded in and by public space (its districts, its ways, its passers by, its architectonic).
Contributed by kaching
“People watching” is something that happens unavoidably in urban (and most other) settings, yet we’re all a little bit shy about getting caught.
Contributed by marifiorelli
Contributed by kpoupore
Snow creates a tabula rasa on which people are called to create a new network of spatialities.
Contributed by mi-rimeter
Tokyo’s landscape is made up of signs, we can say. The letters and characters we see while we walk in the city, is deeply embedded in our minds. We cut off the letters, and collect it.
Contributed by dnosborn
What do people stop for and how can you convince them to stop for something else? Urbanites are constantly commuting, only pausing to pay for something or to get to someplace else.
Contributed by phil
In an effort to bring a sense of the hollidays to the office building facing this frontyard, a simple walk in a pile of snow creates a snowman invisible to pedestrians, but visible to those working
Contributed by andyjw86
Transforming a narrow alley into an outdoor cinema, students Andrew Wolking, Rachel Isacoff, and Hannah Dewhirst created an exhibition meant to challenge and cross certain boundaries through a crea
Contributed by Nick Tobier
A back-mounted contraption features 2 fans and a generator, enabling the operator to walk through hot city streets and offer a cool breeze to pedestrians.