Project for Public Spaces (PPS) is a nonprofit planning, design and educational organization dedicated to helping people create and sustain public spaces that build stronger communities. Our pioneering Placemaking approach helps citizens transform their public spaces into vital places that highlight local assets, spur rejuvenation and serve common needs.
The Garden Library in Lewinsky Park, Tel Aviv, uses books--being sources for education and cultural empowerment--to build relationships across different communities and promote a sense of place in their shared neighborhood. The open-air library has 3,500 books in 16 different languages and hosts classes and cultural events. It acts as a community center, aligning the public together under a common love of books and a project of #Placemaking. #LQC
Positioning of the pet while clicking is of utmost importance. For that you may have to lie down to come at the angle of your pet or place your pet on a raised platform or a perch. Ask someone to hold your pet high enough to get the desired angle and later you can edit the person on a computer. The positioning does pay rich dividends in the long run in terms of stock photography
STUTTGART CITY LIBRARY Stuttgart, Germany Envisioned as a contemporary rectilinear Pantheon for the modern age, the Stuttgart City Library, designed by the Cologne-based firm Yi Architects, is a cube-shaped building that pulls in sunlight through its translucent roof. The concrete façade is punctuated by a grid of glass blocks that offers a play of colorful lights at night—resulting in inevitable comparisons to a Rubik’s Cube.