by: Katherine Hardwick in Thought Leadership No Comments  

New York City’s Bryant Park—one of the most densely populated urban parks in the world today—provides an excellent case study for turning a declining public park into a neighborhood asset. One key element in bringing people to Bryant Park was the introduction of movable chairs. After observing how people use public spaces, the park’s management placed movable chairs in the park to give people a sense of empowerment, by allowing them to control their experience and sit wherever and in whatever arrangement they like.

Read more on the benefits of the movable chair here.

Moveable chairs can enhance park visitors’ experiences