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Ogmios City Public Space / DO ARCHITECTS

Ogmios City is an example of transformation from under-utilised outlet centre to a fully-fledged and fully integrated city quarter. After applying...

Queens Plaza, the street approaching the Queensboro Bridge, was transformed from a concrete, auto-centric wasteland into an 'urban green machine' in The department of transportation added a two way protected bike lane, ample pedestrian space and a gr Urban Landscape, Landscape Design, Landscape Plane, Public Space Design, Public Spaces, Urban Bike, Urban Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Long Island City

Margie Ruddick Takes Home National Design Award

The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum announced that Margie Ruddick, ASLA, won the National Design Award for landscape architecture. The National Design Awards were launched …

universal accessibility and low cost unnoticed: urbanization project in Malgrat de Mar, © Adrià Goula Urban Furniture, Street Furniture, Urban Landscape, Landscape Design, Landscape Steps, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, Classical Architecture, Ancient Architecture

Segre Street

In order that the streets of the Barrio del Castell in Malgrat de Mar, regain their ability to articulate the civic life of the community , the architects of Territori24 have developed an interes…

"Color Aditivo" at Parque recreativo y cultural Omar, Panama City by… Colour Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Elements, Landscape Design, Urban Bike, Indoor Farming, Urban Intervention, Street Painting, Amazing Street Art

Carlos Cruz-Diez

"Color Aditivo" at Parque recreativo y cultural Omar, Panama City (2013) by Carlos Cruz-Diez

To see art you no longer have to visit museums or art galleries. If you're lucky enough to live in one of these cities, you can observe beautiful street art Street Marketing, Passage Piéton, Pedestrian Crossing, Paving Design, Zebra Crossing, Street Painting, Sidewalk Art, Environmental Design, Street Art Graffiti

Incredible 3D Zebra Crossings From Around The World

To see art you no longer have to visit museums or art galleries. If you're lucky enough to live in one of these cities, you can observe beautiful street art

"LOOK" right, left, then right again when crossing the street! Street Signs, Street Art, Art For Change, Road Markings, Pedestrian Crossing, Roads And Streets, Walking Street, Sand Sculptures, Building Art

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY. "LOOK" right, left, then right again when crossing the street! (Photo - Castro & 24th St., SF, CA)

Shop for bangkok art from the world's greatest living artists. Choose your favorite bangkok designs and purchase them as wall art, home decor, phone cases, tote bags, and more! Interactive Architecture, Urban Ideas, Floor Graphics, Zebra Crossing, Plane Design, Walking Street, Space Painting, Outdoor Art, Street Signs

Bangkok Art | Fine Art America

Crosswalk art - photo from Fine Art America, via Google Search ...link doesn't work...

Creative Street Art by Peter Gibson Lanscape Design, Paving Design, Passage Piéton, Pedestrian Crossing, Wayfinding Signs, Floor Graphics, Street Mural, Street Painting, Street Marketing

Turns out Montreal’s had its own version of Banksy (46 Photos)

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Our design inspiration this week is the whimsical street art of Montreal-based artist, Roadsworth. We love it when an artist uses their creativity to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Tachisme, Art Public, Public Spaces, Pedestrian Crossing, Bilbao, Grand Art, Urban Street Art, Colossal Art, Paint Stripes

Artist 'Roadsworth' Uses Public Streets as a Canvas for Art and Activism

One might not think that parking lots, crosswalks, and other broad asphalt expanses would be particularly amenable to artwork, but for Montreal-based artist and activist Roadsworth (aka Peter Gibson, previously) every white or yellow traffic paint stripe is a new opportunity. Although his work on th