The Corner Spot will be a “pop-up” temporary home for existing or potential local businesses. Using a site in downtown Ashland and a newly constructed shop, a new business will pop up every 4-6 weeks, allowing residents to enjoy a variety of potential additions to the Ashland business community. www.Patronicity.com/Ashland
Giant Illuminated Wheels- http://www.homecrux.com/2016/12/10/58271/luminous-wheels-light-up-place-des-festivals-2016-2017-in-montreal.html- Montreal uses human powered video screens to create engaging public spaces.
Street Scrabble, Seattle - via @Trending_City #engage2act Organised by the Seattle Department of Transportation as part of the First Hill Public Realm Action Plan, the Street Scrabble tournament is a great example of participatory design, starting a conversation between policy makers and locals on how their everyday spaces can be improved to create better gathering spaces.
Since WeWork was started, its intent was to be more than just beautiful, shared office spaces. It was meant to build a community - a place you join as an individual, but become part of something bigger. At WeWork, we are redefining success measured by personal fulfillment - not just the bottom line. See how you can be a part of the London community at WeWork.com.