Don’t stop at the kerb: why Tactical Urbanism should pull infrastructure apart

This is a guest post by Charlotte Billing. Charlotte is a place strategist at Place Creative. Learning through doing Tactical urbanism is often perceived in terms of its outputs, wider kerbs, temporary crossings, polka-dot walkways – when in fact it’s a process, one that allows us to imagine how our neighbourhoods could be if they adapted to us.…
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DeafScape

This is a guest post by Camilla Payne. Camilla is an Urban Planning student at the University of Auckland. In my life, I walk with my feet split between two worlds. One hearing world and one deaf. Sometimes I identify myself as deaf.…
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