Project For Public Spaces

Paris and New York City are two of the world's more successful pedestrian cities, with each boasting several kinds of data that show the predominance of alternative transportation. An article compares public space in each for lessons.
May 27, 2014   Project For Public Spaces
<p>As public libraries take on more roles in their communities -- including acting as key public spaces -- librarians are adopting "placemaking" into their facility and service planning.</p>
Apr 27, 2007   Project For Public Spaces
PPS offers striking images of great places (and a few not-so-great) from around the world. [Includes photos.]
Jan 6, 2006   Project For Public Spaces
Steve Davies argues that public markets are making a comeback and that America's future may be small vendors as much as big boxes.
Sep 26, 2005   Project For Public Spaces
From Amsterdam, to Brazil, to St. Louis, the Project for Public Spaces adds 10 urban locations to its list of Great Public Places.
Aug 4, 2005   Project For Public Spaces
The Project For Public Spaces envisions a world where urban areas are pedestrian destinations and neighborhoods are planned with living -- not traffic -- in mind.
Jun 28, 2005   Project For Public Spaces
Vehicles stage massive park-ins and protests across the nation against aggressive pedestrians.
Apr 1, 2005   Project For Public Spaces
Project for Public Spaces selects the best spots to live, work, and hang out.
Nov 23, 2004   Project For Public Spaces
PPS examines the changes needed to begin to view urban elements as interrelated components of a single place.
Nov 20, 2004   Project For Public Spaces
The Project for Public Spaces asks if architecture critics have forgotten how to judge public spaces.
Jul 14, 2004   Project For Public Spaces
There's a common perception that Paris is an untouchable ideal, too lofty for other cities to absorb its lessons. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth.
Jun 10, 2004   Project For Public Spaces