Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Better Pedestrian Lanes

A few weeks ago, I saw Carlos Celdran's Instagram posts for the Design Week Philippines. #DWPhilippines It showcased Intramuros as one of the venues for the Center for International Trade and Missions' (CITEM) annual event. CITEM partnered with Viva Manila for the first Intramuros Pasyal. The event particularly showcased a two-day street fair of workshops, mural paintings, and live performances. I was not able to witness the activities. Instead, I saw the groups's attempts in creating better pedestrian lanes in Intramuros.

Along the way, I also took photos of the magnificent and historical Manila Cathedral. I commend the group's advocacy of creating better Pedestrian Lanes. Although as observed, the efforts are still on the starting phase. Literally, there's still a looong way to go. :) I hope this will be finished before the opening of the classes. I will surely revisit the entire street to check the finished pedestrian line. 

1 comment:

  1. Very artistic naman!!! Cant wait to see the finished art work/pedestrian lanes. I hope people will also be more disciplined lalo in crossing the streets. No matter how orderly the pedestrian lanes are, if people lack discipline, parang sayang din.


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