The public seating design by Shoeb Khan indicates the change in behavior of people over the past 20 years. The public seating design allows for two people to sit one beside another but still gives them their personal space. Visitors can sit either facing outwards, using the bench behind them as a backrest, or sit facing inwards, giving them a table of sorts to keep their paraphernalia.
Paula Scher on Combinatorial Creativity: We can pick our teachers and we can pick our friends and we can pick the books we read and the music we listen to and the movies we see, etcetera. You are a mashup of what you let into your life.
10 States with Fossil-Hunting Sites for the Public
Rock Hunting,Gem Hunting,Treasure Hunting,Usa Travel,Fossil Hunting,The Public,Travel Destinations,Teeth,Dinosaur Activities
When the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society asked designer Karen Regan of Tallulah&Bird to create a pop-up warm weather garden on a vacant South Street lot, she imagined how the public gathering space would feel if it had developed organically over time. The temporary installation for special events, as well as sampling food and drinks from local vendors, is only open from June until October of this year. Regan began the design process in the dead of last winter to prepare for a quick…
Trying to get the public to the library can be a tricky proposition, which is why the Robi Rolling Library by Claudia Miller brings books and reading spaces right to your doorstep. Built-in furniture manages both to save space and provide neat reading nooks in which to sit and watch the world go by.