“The Places in Between” is the title of the new week of events on architecture and urban planning organized by Common Boston. For whom of you who are not familiar with it; Common Boston is a group of volunteers that aims at connecting designers with the public while raising awareness on sustainable and equitable communities.
The places in between are all those spaces that aren’t defined by crisp borders, yet they’re being developed into something new. Two places that will be analyzed through events, tours, symposia and – why not?! – surprises: Kendall Square/MIT and Allston-Brighton. These neighborhoods are both homes of two major colleges in the United States, they also are representatives of vibrant and cohesive communities. What makes them so unique? This question will surely find many answers next week, at the third and final mini-fest for 2014 kicks off.
Hosted by Common Boston, it will give you a chance to interact with two fabulous communities thanks to great set of activities. To learn more, see the full calendar at commonboston.org