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http://loe.org/shows/segments.html?programID=14-P13-00048&segmentID=4 Air Date: Week of November 28, 2014 Living On Earth
Master planning isn’t always the top-down imposition of a grand scheme. Once connected to the river Thames and to acres…
By Cat Johnson, June 1, 2016 on Shareable Riffing on the thriving Little Free Library movement, one woman in Fayetteville, Arkansas has started the…
An example of Urban Acupuncture and Urban Kindness BY KEVIN VALINE firstname.lastname@example.org A new downtown mural honors the memory of…
by Pui-Yi Kong People’s Architecture Office and In Certain Places created People’s Canopy, a mobile intervention designed to revitalize underused spaces in Preston’s city center.
The notion of restoring the vital signs of an ailing spot with a simple healing touch has everything to do with revitalizing not only that specific place but also the entire area that surrounds it.
I believe that some of the magic of medicine can and should be applied to cities, for many of them are ailing, and some are almost terminal. Just as good medicine depends on the interaction between doctor and patient, successful urban planning involves triggering healthy responses within the city, probing here and there to stimulate improvements and positive chain reactions.
Intervention is all about revitalization, an indispensable way of making an organism function and change.
– Jaime Lerner, Author of Urban Acupuncture
Cyclist creates temporary Mass. Ave. bike lane with plants #tacticalurbanism #urbanacupuncture http://t.co/d9br21gZRz — Center4theLivingCity (@ctr4livingcity) September 11, 2015