i say this because one of the more interesting park(ing) spots i've ever seen was downtown in SOMA, a few mere blocks from the financial district. the sponsor/creator was STUDIOS architecture.
the information accompanying the piece was entitled "Temporary Urban Buildable Environments" by "creating a temporary and reconfigurable space with zero waste." the circular objects are pieces of large format printer paper rolls put together with binder clips. the paper was on its way to the trash, and now, instead, will be recycled. to perhaps find a new home in an office somewhere. again.
it was hard to photograph with my camera phone, which made me respect the mobility and inherently transformative nature of this piece even more.
enjoy and happy friday.