Anti Homeless Furniture. Few people were able to make out the reality that this street furniture hides which is how the designers and promoters of anti-homeless architecture have become the winners in the situation. The undulating top makes it awkward to.
And square arms for a modern look. Anti-homeless benches sprinklers and bike racks are the latest examples of hostile architecture appearing in cities designed to deter rough sleepers. The debate over the human toll of anti-homeless defensive design is heating up around the US.
Since 2013 the Oregon Department of Transportation in Oregon United States deployed large boulders at eight locations that had been the site of transient camps in Portland.
Stop in and see us. In short hostile architecture is any uncomfortable element built into a piece or multiple pieces of furniture in an attempt to deter homeless people from using it. While not as obvious as the stainless steel anti-homeless spikes that appeared outside a London apartment block recently the benches are part of a recent generation of urban architecture. If you love antiques this is the place for you.