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by Adam Green • October 30, 2015
We're two weeks away from the AIA NEXT conference coming to the Exploratorium! We're excited to host the opening "deep dive" session on the 12th - come check it out!
by Adam Green • September 17, 2015
One of the most fascinating elements of a creative studio is the notion of inspiration as process. We get asked "How do you come up with all those ideas?" all the time. A perfect example of this concept in...
by Adam Green • August 12, 2015
We've made a lot of progress on the Buchanan Mall catalyst project, including unveiling the full scale prototype to the community. Next stop: full fabrication!
by Adam Green • June 17, 2015
The Studio for Public Spaces is excited to announce that we will be hosting the AIASF NEXT Placemaking Deep Dive, presented by the American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter, on ...
by Josh Bacigalupi • June 9, 2015
Ambiguity is often considered a negative state, but any compelling work of art or design has an element of ambiguity. Sometimes, contradictory creations intrigue us because this is reality.
by Adam Green • May 15, 2015
We've kicked off the Buchanan Mall design process and are moving fast. We've already had a site tour and first sketch session. Next we'll work with the Design Task Force to refine the initial ideas.
by Adam Green • May 12, 2015
We're excited to announce that we'll be joining a stellar partnership between Green Streets, Citizen Film, the Trust for Public Land and San Francisco Rec and Park to support the design and fabrication of a 'catalyst' project at Buchanan Mall park...
by Eileen Campbell • April 23, 2015
Greater & Greener, a conference on urban parks, was in San Francisco recently. Here are some of the highlights. (Part 1)
by Adam Esposito • April 13, 2015
We experimented with a new material, Concrete Canvas, for the seating benches of our Ciencia Pública: Agua parklet.
by Steve Gennrich • April 3, 2015
The Studio for Public Spaces team is leading the way at the Market Street Prototyping Fesitval as the Civic Center team captain and developer of the Tree Sitting exhibit.