Park(ing) Day – Rebar and many others
- reconceptualize the street automobile parking space as a plot of publicly owned property to be rented out for a limited amount of time.
- reprogram this space from temporary storage into various forms of public leisure activities.
- extend the public pedestrian zone of the sidewalk.
- foster novel interpersonal interactions.
- mandated privately-owned public space created in exchange for dense development.
- in the form of plazas, courtyards, rooftop gardens, and atriums.
- bring attention to, exploit, and test the limits of these little-known public amenities.
- question the premise given its existence under private capital-backed security and surveillance.
Spacebuster – Raumlabor
- mobile, thus not tied to any particular location.
- extension of vehicle.
- transform vehicle-accessible space (such as parking lots).
- mobile and deployable enclosed event space.