“IN A THRIVING DEMOCRACY, protest shapes our public realm – and vice versa. The design of our public realm informs the way we collectively bear witness and give voice to political conflict and change. In the wake of a controversial new administration’s ascension to power, protest is now a commonplace occurrence with a much broader participant base in need of places to gather and move, en masse.”
So begins our anthem to protest, democracy, landscape architecture and postering – co-written by Gina Ford and Sasaki’s Martin Zogran – featured in this month’s Landscapes | Paysages.
Read our thoughts on how we can design to support civic action here.
And the entire democracy-loving edition here!