Adib Cure-Slow Ride

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Slow Ride
Cure-Penabad, Adib-Cure, Carie-Penabad, Architecture-Miami, Latinamerican-Architecture, Vernacularology, Architecture-University-Miami-school, AIA-MIAMI, Slow-Ride
The underside of the Coconut Grove Metrorail station was temporarily transformed by means of a multi-sensory installation. A field of one thousand, orange,
coconut-scented, car, air-fresheners were placed on thin posts to create a micro-scaled artificial landscape. This public act de-contextualizes an ordinary everyday
object associated with car culture and transforms it into an extraordinary urban experience, encouraging the passerby to consider the Slow-Ride associated with
walking or biking through the city.
Cure-Penabad, Adib-Cure, Carie-Penabad, Architecture-Miami, Latinamerican-Architecture, Vernacularology, Architecture-University-Miami-school, AIA-MIAMI, Slow-Ride
The project was installed on March 30, 2016 as part of the University of Miami School of Architecture USERVE day to bring awareness to the Underline project, a
new linear park and bike trail for the City of Miami.
Cure-Penabad, Adib-Cure, Carie-Penabad, Architecture-Miami, Latinamerican-Architecture, Vernacularology, Architecture-University-Miami-school, AIA-MIAMI, Slow-Ride
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