2011 Piero N. Patri fellowship presentation

From SPUR:

“Unaccepted streets” are unimproved public rights-of-way ranging from vacant spaces to public thoroughfares that are not maintained by the city. Sarah Moos, the 2011 Piero N. Patri fellow and a student in the master of landscape architecture and city planning programs at UC Berkeley, will present her vision for the unaccepted streets and other public rights-of-way in San Francisco’s southeastern neighborhoods, proposing their potential to add social, health and lifestyle, ecological, and infrastructural capacity to the public realm of San Francisco.

Free for members
$10 for non-members
$5 for students & faculty (with ID)


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