Founding Member WIP Collaborative Brooklyn, New York
In this session, three design practices will reflect on how temporary interventions can provide opportunities to expand inclusivity and equity in public space. Panelists will explore how their recent installations have improved access to local landscapes, inspired unconventional project typologies, and encouraged diverse modes of human interaction.
Understand how the design and construction process involved in creating temporary outdoor urban spaces can serve as an experiment in unconventional project typologies and modes of practice.
Learn how temporary interventions can introduce new ecological systems to urban areas and expand access to nature.
Explore how providing opportunities of choice, rather than a “one-size-fits-all” approach, can make public spaces more diverse and inclusive.
Learn how nonpermanent installations can mobilize and empower communities through public education of climate resilient strategies.