Springtime's 'Person Parking' Gives Street Space to Pedestrians

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: May 20, 2009   Updated: Apr 4 2011 • References: springtime.nl & yankodesign
“Person Parking” by designer Springtime is returning street parking to pedestrians.

The design is part of a competition called “Duepercinque,” which aims to allot street space to more than just cars. The design by Springtime opts for a cement block with “Person Parking” signs.

Certainly an interesting way for pedestrians to reclaim some space in a car culture!

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