Psst! Need inspiration? For case studies of how the materials in this chapter can be applied, flip to page 86, or visit tacticalurbanismguide.com
Each material spec sheet includes a material sketch, typical material dimensions, estimated cost (note: cost info does not include installation costs, which can vary greatly), an overview of the material, recommended applications, tips and considerations, and potential places where the material may be sourced. The spec sheets may be printed, cut, and mixed and matched to help you and your project partners develop an appropriate palette of materials that suits your project context, budget, and anticipated project delivery timeline. Before we get into the details, we would first like to call your attention to three key project principles and a quick overview of some of the common tools used to install project materials. Happy building!
22 Âˇ MATERIALS PALETTE
A People First on Michigan Avenue workshop, Detroit, MI (Street Plans).
The only materials and design guidance for Tactical Urbanist demonstration, pilot, and interim design projects. Funded by the James L. Knigh...