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From Paul Caridad at Visual News

Using a new rapid prototyping process, artist duo Robb Godshaw and Max Hawkins have found a way to 3D print... Click to read more+

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From Cristiano Valli at MissionLocal

The project – Ciencia Pública: Agua, Spanish for Public Science: Water – is a “temporary public space which holds exhibits... Click to read more+

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From Adam Esposito at Exploratorium

There’s a new parklet in San Francisco’s Mission District – but it probably doesn’t look like what you’d imagine. Co-developed... Click to read more+

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On September 28th, 2014, the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Persia Triangle Trial Plaza took place, with the participation of Supervisor... Click to read more+

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Posted on: Aug 5, 2014

From Lamar Anderson at Curbed SF

A new mobile parklet has hit the streets, and it's currently parked at Ingleside's Fog Lifter Cafe, on Ocean Avenue.... Click to read more+

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From Jared Green at The Dirt

San Francisco has long been a test bed for innovation when it comes to its streets. Click to read more+

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From Kriston Capps at Architect Magazine

A public architectural intervention by Gehl Architects and the Exploratorium activates a streetscape that is already one of the nation's... Click to read more+

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From Juan De Anda at SF Weekly

Market Street has been getting a lot of attention lately, and not necessarily in a bad way. Recent efforts by San... Click to read more+

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From Ariel Schwartz at Co.Exist

What culture should liven up the city's streets? In San Francisco, you can decide. On October 29th, the Exploratorium, a... Click to read more+

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From John Cote at SFGate

It ain’t “The Conversation,” and apparently it’s not a bad way to get a date, either. Click to read more+

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