Nanogram|Studio and PUC begin collaboration on a pop-up park located in downtown Phoenix. As part of an infill grant with Roosevelt Row and the City of Phoenix, Nanogram was provided with a 20′-0″ shipping container and charged with designing a pocket park. Today, the container was delivered. The datum line designed previously served as the axis for the linear platform park. PARK park is a play on words. This former parking lot becomes a park. However, it serves as a platform for people to park themselves and eat while at times food trucks park along the platform to serve the community.
Welcome to PUC[studio]. Four young designers grappling with the limits of 4 fixed boundaries. Our canvas is a vacant lot in Central Phoenix. This is an unending experiment of incrementalism and spatial agency for the public good. Support us in this endeavor by practicing the spaces we create.
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