Private Bunker Series | Carsten Gh
This Game We Play | Franck Bohbot
Lost Places | Raphaëlle Martin
Was told I could share the room with Jonathan so long as I didn’t cross his symbolic barrier….come to find out he’s researching and writing a paper on the uses and abuses of borders (see white board) 😑
results of a momentary lapse of reason. what is scale, really, though?
Our public spaces are as profound as we allow them to be. They are our shared spaces and reflect what matters to us as a community and as individuals. … At their greatest, our public spaces can nourish our well-being and help us see that we’re not alone as we try to make sense of our lives. They can help us grieve together and celebrate together and console one another and be alone together. Each passerby is another person full of longing, anxiety, fear, and wonder. With more ways to share in public space, the people around us can not only help us make better places, they can help us become our best selves.
(Source: , via explore-blog)
Landscape and Urbanism
Design Development Palimpsest