Cameron Hall

In-Closure: A Park for Seattle That Any Citizen Can Claim

One of the three finalists for the URBAN INTERVENTION ideas competition proposes an enclosed bucolic landscape where local groups can claim territory.

“The -closure project goes far beyond a plain “public space”…it is the place where urban micro-events happen…conveying a social and interdependent economy based on time – a new type of commodity money to chat, debate, help ideas to germinate, be involved in community service, help, learn, play, relax, stroll, improve…” (ABF narrative) What is the nature of public space in…