Public spaces - pockets of land that are often locked away by bureaucratic red-tape. The result? Spaces in Singapore that end up underutilized and looking soulless.
Let us rediscover and reconnect with Singapore's public spaces!
Public Exposure is an online platform to help locals
rediscover and reconnect with Singapore's public spaces. This is achieved by making make public spaces more
Singapore is a tiny island, and land is always a highly sought after resource. Yet, it is also common to hear our locals complaining of the lack of activities in our city.
Public spaces is a term originally derived from the Latin word
, i.e. people. They are the most fundamental resource where like-minded people come together; where relationships are formed and sealed. Today, public spaces remain largely disconnected from locals. This is potentially caused by unpalatable/troublesome booking processes (e.g.
Public Exposure is an attempt to change things around. Imagine an online platform that surfaces up the myriad of public spaces we have. From sports facilities to art spaces, or even just an empty space - all waiting to be rediscovered and reconnected with the general public.
HOW IT WORKS:
This showcases not just the basic information of a venue, but also the history and faces behind them. Helping prospective users to feel the personality of a specific space.
Moments: A space acts as a foundation to shared moments. As more events are booked at each space, the events are profile in a timeline fashion. Presenting the growing history and personality of each space.
Members: Once an event organizer completes an event in a public space, he or she is now part of the space's history. This can be personified as being a member of the space.
Let us unveil Singapore's public spaces and feel a sense of belonging to our city again.