Tomorrow, Wednesday, we will challenge one facet of the notion of building and beautifying for the automobile. We will have what we are calling “Lunch on the Hump.” An event that started a year ago when one of Colorado Springs’ architect’s Ryan Lloyd dined in the median.
This is not meant to be putting down, or dissing, the design and aesthetic that was put toward the landscape in the median, but rather raising discourse of why this was done? Could it have been more than it is? Is there a place for “people” in our public spaces, our parks (the medians in this area are maintained by City Parks), or was this simply to add aesthetic for the automobile? Continue reading
Downtown Colorado Springs is packed with cultural, recreational, retail and dining opportunities. There are hundreds of things to do within a few minutes on foot from anywhere in the downtown core – and we can prove it. Today, Colorado Springs … Continue reading
We want to hear from YOU! Join your peers of Urban Intervention on Thursday, March 13 at the “Machine Shop”, an innovative very new (not quite finished), co-working space at 4 South Wahsatch Avenue in Downtown Colorado Springs. We want … Continue reading