The Pittsburgh parking chair: public vs. private space in the ‘Burgh

We’re thinking and talking about and working on bringing Unlisted to Pittsburgh in 2013 and there are a lot of arguments we could offer you for “why” but really, it all boils down to this: Pittsburghers are deeply, deeply embroiled in public, performative examinations of the boundary between private and public space.

Every day.

But especially in football season and especially especially when it snows.

Don’t touch. Don’t even think about touching.

You’re welcome.

All-weather furniture.

Pride.

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