American Institute of Architects New York supports a FitNation

“Inspired by New York City’s Active Design Guidelines and the annual Fit City conference, FitNation presents design, policy, and grassroots strategies to promote physical activity as part of daily life. With projects from across the United States, the exhibition shows ways that changes in the built environment can contribute to healthier lifestyles” according to the AIA New York.

“FitNation presents design, policy, and grassroots strategies to promote physical activity as part of daily life. With projects from across the United States, the exhibition shows ways that changes in the built environment can contribute to healthier lifestyles,” says AIA New York.

The projects which exhibit these ideals include:

Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle
Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle
  • Mobile Dumpster Pools, New York City
Mobile container swimming pool
Mobile container swimming pool
  • Atlanta Beltline, Atlanta
Atlanta Beltline is art, pedestrians & bikes now, soon to have light rail line
Atlanta Beltline is art, pedestrians & bikes now, soon to have light rail line
LA garden for homeless
LA garden for homeless
San Francisco market
San Francisco market
  • Riverpark Farm, New York City
  • Depave, Portland
  • Spring Street Parklets,  Los Angeles
  • Race Street Pier, Philadelphia
  • Rosenthal Center for the Contemporary Art, Cincinnati
  • Public Farm 1, New York City
  • Railroad Park, Birmingham, AL
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Railroad Park, Birmingham, AL
Red swings are placed around the world, either temporary or permanent.
Red swings are placed around the world, either temporary or permanent.

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