RESURFACED FALL 2015 ReSurfaced: Three Days at 10th Street activated an underutilized surface lot under the shadows of Interstate 64 along the Ohio River adjacent to downtown Louisville. VIEW PROJECT


RESURFACED FALL 2015

ReSurfaced: Three Days at 10th Street activated an underutilized surface lot under the shadows of Interstate 64 along the Ohio River adjacent to downtown Louisville.

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RESURFACED SUMMER 2015 ReSurfaced: Bourbon Edition reimagined the original ReSurfaced space at 615 West Main Street in downtown Louisville as a homage to Bourbon and brought the rural to the urban. VIEW PROJECT


RESURFACED SUMMER 2015

ReSurfaced: Bourbon Edition reimagined the original ReSurfaced space at 615 West Main Street in downtown Louisville as a homage to Bourbon and brought the rural to the urban.

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Resurfaced Fall 2014 ReSurfaced: Pop-Up Plaza on Main turned an unused lot on West Main Street in downtown Louisville into a six week long pop-up beer garden, outdoor cafe, and event space VIEW PROJECT


Resurfaced Fall 2014

ReSurfaced: Pop-Up Plaza on Main turned an unused lot on West Main Street in downtown Louisville into a six week long pop-up beer garden, outdoor cafe, and event space

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CULTURE & OPPORTUNITY Louisville: Culture and Opportunity is an infographic site featuring 50 reasons why Greater Louisville is the perfect place for businesses and talent to thrive. This is the newest project we’ve collaborated on for non-profit City Collaborative, second to Louisville Love.


CULTURE & OPPORTUNITY

Louisville: Culture and Opportunity is an infographic site featuring 50 reasons why Greater Louisville is the perfect place for businesses and talent to thrive. This is the newest project we’ve collaborated on for non-profit City Collaborative, second to Louisville Love.

LOUISVILLE LOVE Louisville Love is an app that allows you to put beautiful local artwork over your photos and share them with the world. VIEW PROJECT


LOUISVILLE LOVE

Louisville Love is an app that allows you to put beautiful local artwork over your photos and share them with the world.

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Downtown Tree Survey Working with volunteers to map our urban tree canopy. In the Spring of 2013, during Mayor Fischer’s week of service, a group of dedicated volunteers came together to help map and collect data for all of downtown Louisville’s trees. Some of these volunteers came back and worked through the summer of 2013 to finish collecting data on location, size, planting environs, and health. The result is downtown Louisville’s first open digital snapshot of its canopy. VIEW PROJECT  


Downtown Tree Survey

Working with volunteers to map our urban tree canopy.

In the Spring of 2013, during Mayor Fischer’s week of service, a group of dedicated volunteers came together to help map and collect data for all of downtown Louisville’s trees. Some of these volunteers came back and worked through the summer of 2013 to finish collecting data on location, size, planting environs, and health. The result is downtown Louisville’s first open digital snapshot of its canopy.

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Tactical URbanism SALon In June 2013 City Collaborative, Urban Design Studio and partners welcomed Mike Lydon for a Lousiville edition of Streetplans' Tactical Urbanism Salon. StreetsPlans Tactical Urbanism Salon travels to different cities to highlight and draw together individuals, organizations, and local government departments seeking new ways to overcome existing challenges in the built environment. The weekend kicked of with a urbanism roundtable led by WFPL Director of News and Editorial Gabe Bullard. On Saturday morning a series of lightning talks with community members looked at how we can better use public space, and afterwards volunteers deployed temporary interventions revealing the potential of underutilized spaces on the 800 block of East Market Street.


Tactical URbanism SALon

In June 2013 City Collaborative, Urban Design Studio and partners welcomed Mike Lydon for a Lousiville edition of Streetplans' Tactical Urbanism Salon. StreetsPlans Tactical Urbanism Salon travels to different cities to highlight and draw together individuals, organizations, and local government departments seeking new ways to overcome existing challenges in the built environment. The weekend kicked of with a urbanism roundtable led by WFPL Director of News and Editorial Gabe Bullard. On Saturday morning a series of lightning talks with community members looked at how we can better use public space, and afterwards volunteers deployed temporary interventions revealing the potential of underutilized spaces on the 800 block of East Market Street.

Rsquared City Collaborative provided support and assistance to Rsquared, a project in the Russell neighborhood to sustainably reduce blight and vacancy among Louisville neighborhoods. The project is focused around the elements of Education, Engagement, Empowerment and Implementation, and harnesses the power of civic innovation with public & private partnerships to create sustainable uses for underutilized properties city-wide. Launched in June 2015,  Rsquared 40212 will focus its initial effort within a selected boundary encompassing parts of the Russell & Portland neighborhoods.  


Rsquared

City Collaborative provided support and assistance to Rsquared, a project in the Russell neighborhood to sustainably reduce blight and vacancy among Louisville neighborhoods. The project is focused around the elements of Education, Engagement, Empowerment and Implementation, and harnesses the power of civic innovation with public & private partnerships to create sustainable uses for underutilized properties city-wide. Launched in June 2015,  Rsquared 40212 will focus its initial effort within a selected boundary encompassing parts of the Russell & Portland neighborhoods.

 

PARK(ING) DAY PARK(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. City Collaborative is a key organizer of Parking Day along with Broken Sidewalk blog and the Urban Design Studio if efforts to deploy the small scale pop up parks at parking meter spaces across the city. In 2013, City Collaborative and Urban Design Studio wored closely with Louisville Metro Government on "Park(ing) Week", where all the parking spaces in front of Metro Hall were converted in pop-up art and activity spaces in the week leading up to Park(ing) Day.  


PARK(ING) DAY

PARK(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. City Collaborative is a key organizer of Parking Day along with Broken Sidewalk blog and the Urban Design Studio if efforts to deploy the small scale pop up parks at parking meter spaces across the city. In 2013, City Collaborative and Urban Design Studio wored closely with Louisville Metro Government on "Park(ing) Week", where all the parking spaces in front of Metro Hall were converted in pop-up art and activity spaces in the week leading up to Park(ing) Day.