99% Invisible: In and out of LOVE
On the April 10, 2015 edition of 99% Invisible:
Though its official name is JFK Plaza, the open space near Philadelphia’s City Hall is more commonly known as LOVE Park, after the Robert Indiana sculpture installed there. Designed by Edmund Bacon and Vincent Kling, the park was fashioned in high modernism: sleek, granite benches; geometric raised planter beds, and long expanses of pavement. Its success as a pedestrian plaza is debatable.
Friday at 7:45am & 4:45pm and Saturday at 8:35am.