How Would You Transform a Public Space? Last Week for Entries

BMW Guggenheim Lab and GOOD

Since the BMW Guggenheim Lab opened in Berlin a few weeks ago, visitors to the Lab have attended lectures and films, pedaled along with bike tours, participated in hands-on workshops—all as part of an ongoing dialogue with Berlin’s urban environment.

Now we’re inviting people everywhere to join the process of making your own city. Working with GOOD, the Lab is looking for inspired visualizations of reimagined urban spaces. How would you transform a public space near you? What ingenious, surprising action, structure, or design improvements for the everyday would you introduce to your city?

Share your urban interventions by creating an image of your idea and submitting it by July 17. There’s just one week left to enter, so send in your ideas today!

A few submissions will be selected by Lab curator Maria Nicanor, and will be featured on the GOOD and BMW Guggenheim Lab websites, social media, and in e-news.

We look forward to seeing your reinventions of urban spaces around the world.

Find out more about the Lab and follow updates on the official blog.

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