We certainly hope that 2023 will bring a new, less anxious normalcy. Yet we’ve gained some gems in the tough times, and some of the things we’ve learned along the way will follow us as the post-Covid world restarts.
While all wood will require a degree of maintenance, choosing certain species during construction can drastically reduce the amount of time and effort needed to preserve its aesthetic value and structural integrity.
Smart devices make cities and large spaces more efficient. Citysage’s Levaware Waste streamlines garbage collection, optimizes routes, and reduces unneeded pickups.
Products are created for mass production by industrial designers, who determine and define a product’s form and features using a mix of creativity and scientific decision making.
When designing a building or landscape, waste is usually not what comes to mind. However, garbage disposal is an important part of the development planning process as creating a clean space makes an area both appealing and more habitable.
Benches offer much more than welcome respite for tired legs. Planning for public seating promotes inclusion, social connection, and a shared sense of belonging in public spaces.
Outdoor benches are a central part of an urban identity. By having well placed benches, the city invites people out onto the street.
A park bench may be the place for a first kiss or to stop and watch a vibrant sunset. Either way, it is a welcome seat that encourages people to step outside.