The Changing Neighborhood Life of Two Cities
Saving the planet depends on reclaiming our communities, rebuilding our social life and creating a sense of place—a Social Life Project update
When you see people expressing, openly, their feelings in public spaces—you know you’re in a city that is safe and appealing
How a block, and then a street was the impetus that connected Yale University with the neighborhood.
The Old Bridge at the Heart of New Plans to Create the World’s Best Waterfront
Why Placemaking Can Help Facilitate the Change We Need
The simple bollards found on streets throughout Paris are used in many ways to make the city more walkable and enjoyable. They subtly define public spaces and create transition zones in places where vehicles and pedestrians interact.
A wrong turn in the city that showed us how to do tall buildings right
The goal of The Social Life Project is to showcase examples of great user-friendly spaces and to share the wisdom of people who have created places that deliver all kinds of social, economic, and health benefits.
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