Tag: Street Furniture

  • Urbanism | City At Play – Of Talking Lamp Posts And Whispering Mailboxes

    Does this blog need one more wonderful example of using creativity, art and technology to to foster engagement with the city? Of course it does! Watershed, a cross-platform cultural and art production agency based in Bristol, UK,  recently commissioned a competitive award called the Playable City Award 2013. The idea was to encourage the use of creative technology and art […]




  • PhotoStories | The Street Furniture Series – Part 1

    As you walk or drive down London’s streets, do you ever notice the furniture that makes it unique? Does the furniture invite you to sit or linger? Does it merge so well with the street landscape that you hardly notice it’s there? Or does it stand out on its own so well that it makes […]