Studying public space, no strings attached

“My hope is that all of us can help elevate the power of public space to a more general public…so that the importance of public space isn’t just something that’s talked about in select circles of designers or city planners, but instead it’s something that every resident understands the value, importance, and power of, so that all residents can became advocates for more and better public spaces.”

Chelina Odbert, Knight Foundation Public Spaces Fellow in this Landscape Architecture Magazine article.