You should talk about this fight club.


Written largely in the first-person, Streetfight is an insider’s account of Janette Sadik-Khan’s time as Transportation Commissioner in NYC under Mayor Bloomberg.

While “Handbook for an Urban Revolution” may be a bit ambitious of a subtitle for what might better be classified as a candid memoir, it’s still possible to distill and refine the lessons presented to make them more actionable for other urban contexts.

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Do not put vehicle in park.


‘No Vehicles In The Park’ is an interesting, yet simple, interactive exercise in semantics. It asks: “does this violate the rule?” — and then compares your answers to those of others.

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Signs of Resilience?


This sign seems to have a really interesting and novel physical design.

Spotted on the island of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, the holes may be there to reduce wind loads in a hurricane-prone environment — thus ensuring stability and longevity.

Right…?

Sometimes real-world observations of absurdities can trigger relevant questions about design.

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