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Rebar is thrilled to announce Adaptive Metropolis: User-Generated Urbanism. This three-day symposium will take place September 27-29 at UC Berkeley in celebration of the Centennial of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (see how else the LAEP is …


Join Matthew Passmore of Rebar for a tactile and conversational exploration of urban prototyping.


Rebar speaks on User-Generated Urbanism


Rebar leaks the results of its Commonspace project at a UC Berkeley conference on privacy and surveillance.


Rebar proposes a fantastic scheme for “constructively” repurposing a vacant lot in downtown San Francisco.


Public art and public participation have been evolving a lot in the last forty years. But how do you create an art plan that can respond to changing ground conditions? Because plans are implemented over a scale of decades they …


We brought our slides to the West Coast’s largest design event.


A landscape and architecture studio at UC Berkeley


All hands on Hooper Street for a design-build studio with California College of the Arts


Temporary street interventions lay the groundwork for a green connection between neighborhoods.


Bushwaffle unleashed on the streets of the French capital