Project for Public Spaces’ Ethan Kent recently visited Havana, Cuba and took some amazing photographs of street life, perfectly capturing the vitality of its neighborhoods. As you sit thru his reflections and wonderful montages of what he saw, think about what our streets might look like if they were designed for living and not for speed. Ethan posits:
“If children playing in the streets is an indicator of the success of a city, then Havana’s streets may be some of the most successful in the world.”
Havana serves as a window into some of what we have lost and what we can gain back. Come time travel with us.