Aug. 27, 2015

Reimagining Public Space with PUBLIC Bikes

PUBLIC Bikes doesn’t just make and sell stylish, practical, and enjoyable options for getting around on two wheels. The SF-born-and-based company was built in support of a vision of the world in which some of the public space that has been handed over to the automobile is reclaimed for the people.

On its blog, PUBLIC explores how this reclamation and transformation of urban space is happening around the world, so it only makes sense that they would get around to our little urban activation project happening in its backyard. Douglas Burnham, the founder of envelope A+D, the architecture firm behind PROXY, sat down with PUBLIC Bikes to talk about “how public spaces can be transformed into a dynamic places for interaction.” You can read the full interview here.