Standing and waiting for a subway to come is an experience many of us can relate to. Not having a place to sit and rest in such urban areas is all to common of an experience. The Take A Seat project is a guerrilla initiative that remedy’s this lack of seating by rescuing old chairs and placing them on subway platforms for tired travelers. Such a cool and commendable thing to do. What else could be spontaneously done to improve city life on such a simple level?

From the TAS website:

Take a Seat is an ongoing series of public furniture installations aimed at increasing the availability of seating options in New York City subway stations. Perfectly functional chairs are rescued from trash piles and reassigned to stations where limited seating options leave subway patrons no choice but to stand for extended periods of time.

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