The idea of concrete being the dominant material for a children's play area seems bizarre today. What about the grazed elbows and knees and scratched palms? What if, God forbid, someone hits their head?! In 1970s New York, however, it worked: Artist Julia Jacquette recalls the concrete playscapes built during one of the city's most socially turbulent eras in her new book, Playground of My Mind.
This is only a handful of the work I have produced. Nearly all of which is for The Architect's Newspaper (AN) and Metropolis Magazine. Click here for a complete list of my work for AN and here for Metropolis.