Why we love social steps & stairways

1_Union Square SF_social steps

1. They give us fresh perspective on the city. (Union Square, San Francisco)

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2. They bring diverse people together. (The High Line, New York City)

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3. They are a great place to eat lunch. (Vancouver Art Gallery)

4_Pioneer Square Portland_social steps

4. You can be both alone and part of a group. (Pioneer Square, Portland, OR)

Metropolitan Museum of Art_main entrance

5. Your friends can more easily find you. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC)

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6. They motivate you to study. (Ryerson Student Centre, Toronto)

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7. They mix formal with informal. (Four Seasons Centre, Toronto) (photo source)

5_Robson Square_Vancouver

8. Some combine ramps + stairs (“stramps”). (Robson Square, Vancouver)

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9. They are a perfect venue for your brass band. (Philosopher’s Walk, Toronto)

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TO City Hall_Spider Man

10. You might see a pillow fight or Spider Man on a very early Spring day. (City Hall, Toronto)

-Sharon VanderKaay

 

 

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