Playgrounds for Useful Knowledge

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Playgrounds for Useful Knowledge
LandHealth Institute
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Playgrounds for Useful Knowledge was a temporary installation on a vacant lot in South Philly which served as a platform to share collective and individual knowledge. LandHealth Institute was invited to collaborate with Restored Spaces and CohStra to re-envision and reuse litter and debris on the lot as cultural artifacts, design features, and educational tools around which LHI developed and executed a series of community workshops.  More about this project >

Use Goal: Other
Use Type: Action-research Project
Year Established: 2015
Year Ended: 2015
Duration: Temporary (less than year)
Size (acres): 0.5 acre or less (1-5 lots)
Initial Cost: Unknown
Site Control: Other
Lead Organization Type: Nonprofit
Implementation Partners: Private

Last updated: September 2021 – Do you have additional information about this project? Please use the share your project form > to share that information.