Here's just a sampling of the Public Space Projects and public art developed by the Ward Joyce Design team
Montpelier Pocket Park, 2015
Last year's project re-purposed the elements from the Parklet of the year before, using them as part of a much larger open design that turned an empty lot into a dynamic public open space in downtown. The Pocket Park had a number of interesting features, such as a gigantic chess board, solar powered bollards, a green wall, rain water catchment for watering the plants, and a pop-up food caterer on site. The project won a Landscape Design Award from the Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Rialto Bridge Parklet, 2014
This project was designed and built by Vermont Technical College students. It was installed with community help and maintained by local volunteers for the 6 months it as on the street. It borrowed two parking spaces to create a comfortable social space off the sidewalk.
Pyralisk Arts Park, 2004
Performance and community arts park sited on the Winooski River, just downstream of the Hunger Mountain Coop. Unbuilt project. Winner of Landscape Design Award, Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, 2004
crushed bikes, 2010
As part of the Montpelier Sculpt-Cycle Project, Ward Joyce and Lochlin Smith created this piece for Stone Cutters Way. It was a bale of 35 crushed bikes on an metal plinth.
NORTH BRANCH RIVER SCULPTURE, 2007
As part of Langdon Street Cafe Street Festival, this temporary piece was built by several friends who jumped into the river dressed in white. A fire was ignited in a cauldron within the structure that burned for hours, to the delight of the festival attendees on the bridge.
River Peace, 2002
Sculpture by Ward Joyce and Lochlin Smith hung just off Langdon Street