byBrian AddisoninStreets & Urban Design
Photo by Daniel Brezenoff. There’s been rainbows and piano keys and even tessellation artwork used to designate crosswalks throughout Long Beach. Well, the peeps over at Studio One Eleven have eschewed all of the above, opting for a cleaner, if...
byBrian AddisoninParks & Public Real Estate
Photo above courtesy of Juxtapoz. Rendering below courtesy of the DLBA. First came the rainbows. Then came the piano keys. Now, more creative crosswalks will invade the streets of Long Beach and this time, DTLB will be the latest...
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