On View> Reprogramming the City at the Boston Society of Architects Space

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Friday, June 28, 2013
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(Courtesy Boston Society of Architects Space)

(Courtesy Boston Society of Architects Space)

Reprogramming the City
Boston Society of Architects Space
290 Congress Street, Suite 200
Boston, MA
Through September 29

BSA Space presents a mixed-media exhibition, Reprogramming the City, curated by urban designer Scott Burnham. The works on display—videos, photographs, media stations, renderings, models—explore how the built environments of cities around the world are being retrofitted to accommodate new urban inhabitants and visitors. The exhibit also includes examples of urban infrastructure and systems that are being reimagined to reinvent a more functional urban landscape. There are 40 innovative examples from London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, and Boston that seek to develop new ways of urban design from within the city.

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