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Encouraging citizens to come together & map the constellations above Oxford
Don’t make me have fun: Can playable cities manage the tension between allowing games and imposing them?
Podcast: Let Us Play
Doncaster is trying to marginalise street performers – but such policies threaten its all-important sense of play
Interactive signposts and pedestrian crossing parties: it's this year's Playable Cities shortlist
From Pall Mall to the Treasure Hunt Riots: how games have shaped our cities
“When playing with shadows is useful”: how York's streetlights became something playful
Bristol loves cereal, Tokyo hates doing the dishes, and other lessons from "Hello Lamp Post"
Interactive animated animals will soon be appearing on the streets of Bristol
To make our cities inclusive, we need to make them playful again
London's Orbit sculpture could be turned into a giant slide
Musical crossings, marimba benches and Urbanimals: the Playable City shortlist
Trackless trams may be the best alternative to light rail
Why don’t we treat housing as infrastructure?
Everyone wants to save local businesses, but what about chains?
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