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 Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas. 

 A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.  Full report here:  PDF ​   Collaborator: GIlad Meron   ​

Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.

A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.

Full report here: PDF

Collaborator: GIlad Meron

 Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.  A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.  Full report here:  PDF ​   Collaborator: GIlad Meron   ​

Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.

A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.

Full report here: PDF

Collaborator: GIlad Meron

 Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.  A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.  Full report here:  PDF ​   Collaborator: GIlad Meron   ​

Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.

A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.

Full report here: PDF

Collaborator: GIlad Meron

Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.

A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.

Full report here: PDF

Collaborator: GIlad Meron

Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.

A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.

Full report here: PDF

Collaborator: GIlad Meron

Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.

A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.

Full report here: PDF

Collaborator: GIlad Meron

 Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas. 

 A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.  Full report here:  PDF ​   Collaborator: GIlad Meron   ​
 Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.  A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.  Full report here:  PDF ​   Collaborator: GIlad Meron   ​
 Design research findings from a two-week externship program in San Francisco at Public Architecture through the Public Interest Design program at the University of Texas.  A parklet is an urban intervention to create more public space. Parklets function as public space, much like a traditional park, but rely on the stewardship of a sponsoring business. Parklets are built in the public right-of-way, typically repurposing two adjacent parking spaces, shifting their use from the storage of cars to pedestrian-centered public space.  Full report here:  PDF ​   Collaborator: GIlad Meron   ​