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It's interesting to see advertising helping people in every day situations. IBM has been killing it with their designs lately!  IBM Turns Its Ads Into Useful Urban Furniture

IBM Turns Its Ads Into Useful Urban Furniture

IBM Smart ideas for smarter cities. IBM campaign from Ogilvy & Mather France. Outdoor advertising becomes urban street furniture.

Creative Urban Space

Creative Landscape and landscape architecture-Heatherwick street bench design - love it, especially with the lights underneath

Street art in Valparaíso, Chile. Stairway keys From: Street Art Utopia Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

Great urban design

People relax on public steps anyway, why not give them a comfortable way to do so? Stair Squares, by Mark Reigelman, were installed at Brooklyn’s Borough Hall in Una buenísima idea para realizar!

Every summer the small Swiss town of Vercorin offers up its public spaces and buildings to artists to create contemporary works of art. This is Lang/Baumann‘s “Street Painting #5."

A Swiss Village Becomes an Experiment in Modern Art

MY COMMENT: This would work nice in a carpet design. "Every summer the small Swiss town of Vercorin offers up its public spaces and buildings to artists to create contemporary works of art. This is Lang/Baumann‘s 'Street Painting

rhombus based structure of material and air in an urban like wave, spending visual attraction and even shadows when sun is shining.

rhombus based structure of material and air in an urban like wave, spending visual attraction and even shadows when sun is shining.

DeBrarian :: 보호 받는 잡초.... ‘착한 도로 경계선’ 디자인

The latest design of bus stop seat.love this and looking forward to seeing it on Sunday Tap our link now!

Typewriter key seats - urban design

These giant black and white keys made to resemble a typewriter is a work of art! It's practical uses could be for seating and would look great either in a public space or in a private garden setting.

Street Painting - Switzerland

Street Painting

Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann are a pair of Swiss artists who have formed a “multidisciplinary studio” to create a variety of bold and playful public art installations. In the typical Swiss ski town of Vercorin, Lang Baumann transformed an intersection i