2009-11-20 11:59 - 0 Comments

This group of litter bins move and dance throughtout the space, talking to people inviting them to dispose of their litter. This group of bins can easily assemble themselves together by the cleaning personnel to be emptied at the end of each day. These bins encourage people to use the bins and promote a higher level of public interaction as well as providing entertainment and a element of quirky fun.

Submitted by Sinead Dinneen, Donnacha Toomey & Mary Gannon


Fortune Parking

2009-11-02 16:17 - 0 Comments

Purpose: To get people to use far away parking spots and get more exercise.
Idea: Posts signs that are solar digital at the farther parking spots. When a person parks there, they receive a "fortune" for the day. Kind of like a fortune cookie. Fun and easy!

Submitted by Stacy Blackwood

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Bus Stop Sight Seeing

2009-12-15 15:36 - 0 Comments

Waiting at the bus stop may be boring. You would probably be waiting on the bench and getting tired, and bored with nothing to do. You would be sending text messages or maybe playing with your fingers. The bus is very late because of the traffic, and precious minutes are ticking off the clock. Minutes might become hours. Waiting for the bus to come would take ages.



2009-12-16 14:00 - 0 Comments

The problem is that many people like to pollute the air by using cars. I will make the walk atlon you will have to run or walk and it depends on how many miles you walk because they will give you money if you walk a lot will get more money. Submitted by Karla Gasca.

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Talking Buildings

2009-11-27 14:13 - 0 Comments

In many cities, people that live in apartment buildings don’t really know their own neighbors. Talking Buildings is an activity created to help transform urban apartment buildings into living communities, filled with support and love. The activity is quite simple, consisting of a set of challenges to be placed daily in the building’s mailboxes, throughout a given week. These challenges are handed out by someone who lives in the building and wants to be a change agent.