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Rebar gets a big microphone.

The revolution will not be televised. It may be blogged.

Land art + sustainable power generation = ARTOCOS

A garden for the homeless and housed springs up on an interim use site

Interim garden transforms vacant lot while development stalls

Architecture for animals leverages repurposed and prefab materials

Exhibit design and curation at SPUR

The Cabinet National Library: New and Improved!

Rebar recently returned from a week in Copenhagen, Denmark to participate in ” Contemporary, Fun, and Temporary” a conference organised by landscape architect Bettina Lamm, University of Copenhagen department of Forest & Landscape in collaboration with curator Charlotte Bagger Brandt, Råderum …

Just checked out the website and a friend’s photos from Figment in New York City (Governor’s Island). Looks juicy, especially this. Wish we had a Rebar jet.

We just got our author’s copy of Insurgent Public Space: Guerrilla urbanism and the remaking of contemporary cities, Jeff Hou ed. Rebar comments on public space practice in chapter 4, y’all. Apparently Amazon.com already has 4 used copies, which means…I …

We are putting a CA native wildflower meadow downtown. The idea is to re-purpose a fallow lot into a beautiful living habitat for humming birds, butterflies and other pollinators. If you are interested in helping out while learning more about gardening, irrigation and …