Field Experiment: Can we entice people walking through the park to stop and contribute to an interactive public design project? Plan: A clear glass bottle, tied with ribbon and a […]
Field Experiment: Can we gather information about what inspires and/or discourages our fellow students at Pratt Institute by creating a public survey that calls for collaboration? Plan #1: To make […]
German installation artist, Carsten Holler, will be turning the New Museum into a veritable fun house of installations that aim to provoke audience participation. “The Carsten Holler Experience” opens this Wednesday, […]
A great article showing ten new public seating designs that are kinetic, interactive, and fun!
We’re looking forward to seeing this new documentary that discusses the future of cities! If you liked Helvetica and Objectified, don’t miss it- the NYC screening is on 10/28 at […]
Field Experiment: Can we initiate interaction with simple shapes and without written signs or verbal cues? Plan: A 3D “puzzle” with black 2-sided triangular pieces, each with a slot to […]
This rock in Fort Greene Park naturally makes people want to climb.
If you need more motivation to go for a run than a park or a nice day, join the Zombi Race! You can sign up on their website to be […]
How Our Neighborhoods Effect the Way We Move An interesting article on the GOOD website today about how our built environment, which is designed more for cars than it is […]