Walk the Rows


Labyrinths have long held the imagination of humanity, from Ancient Greeks to moviegoers in the 1980s. In an urban setting, labyrinths vary in temporality, from chalk drawings on sidewalks to permanent installations in parks. Importantly, labyrinths differ from mazes in that they classically have one way in, and one way out, sparing the user from the frustration of dead-ends. Continue reading…

Weekly Review


Here’s our weekly review rounding up the best stories and ideas in public space from cities around the world. This week we bring you a Mexican neighbourhood that finds itself inside a giant mural, transforming Vancouver’s “dead” zones and how women are reclaiming their right to public space in Delhi.

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