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La Iglesia Skate


In the Spanish city of Llanera, in the northwestern principality of Asturias, skateboarding is a religion. So much so, in fact, that a collective of skateboarders called the Church Brigade bought a 100-year-old church and converted it into La Iglesia Skate (“Skate Church” in English). The Church Brigade’s indoor skate mecca caught the eye of Madrid-based artist Okuda San Miguel, known for his brand of vibrantly colored, pop cubism-meets-surrealist art. Continue reading

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OpenCity Projects Launches New Blog

We’re pleased to have a site redesign that highlights our new blog. OpenCity is all about consulting with a range of people to understand how they experience cities. So, our blog is the perfect place to explore great public spaces and how they make our cities better places to live.

Every week we’ll feature new stories, from our network of contributors in major cities like Amsterdam, New York and Toronto, about local experiences and global trends.

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photo by Michèle Champagne

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