City Repair Project is a nonprofit group that aims to tackle the isolation people experience in the world by creating gathering spaces in the community. Or as its tag line says, “transforming space into place.”

The group helps mobilize people to create whimsical and functional projects in their neighborhoods: everything from benches and painted intersections to teahouses, information kiosks and even a cob-inspired public toilet that’s planned for Old Town-Chinatown.

City Repair Project: Creating Community Gathering Places was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by
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