Using the street as a place to involve pedestrians as active citizens
Vereda is a group led by students that implements urban design and art interventions in public spaces, through simple strategies that involve pedestrians as key actors. Through this approach, they want to promote and highlight the importance of using the street as a meeting place between citizens and interaction.
Organizing public dinners between neighbors to finance positive local initiatives
Mixing reuse, professional insertion and design in a network of second-hand shops