A whimsical sculpture that invites people to climb inside and recline, and become part of the art.
A portable space where passerby can record observations and share ideas about local ecology and urban design.
An interactive organ that uses pedal power to create music.
A larger than life scaled building block kit that lets residents build and record their visions for the future of their city.
A youth-operated outdoor photo studio.
A stepped lattice structure that allows for children and adults to play on on-top of, within, and below.
A set of brightly colored interactive furniture modules.
An interactive art installation where the experience is determined by a collective user group separate from the subjects.
A human-scale version of the classic Wire & Bead Maze of our youth.
An LED-lit multigenerational swingset, basketball rim, and tetherballs.
A living room wall of digital picture frames featuring selfies and portraits of passersby.
A human scale version of the ancient musical instrument, the Mbira.
An adaptable, lightweight structure that can activate residual urban environments.
A public port and park for community information and civic engagement.
A relaxing and movable collection of seats for anyone to watch the city go by.
A modular habitat that allows for multiple, creative applications.
A pavilion that inspires people to actively shape their urban environment.