Contest aims to enliven public spaces in Boston ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page city of boston Chair City Mountain: One of nine winning ideas of the Public Space Invitational is furniture meant to encourage play. city of boston The Hub: A modular series of benches, planters, and bicycle parking on Huntington Avenue. city of boston Rhodes: An outdoor life-size video conference between public spaces in Boston and another city. city of boston Light Well: Serves as an object of art, a seat, a planter, a light fixture, and a vegetated drywell for storm-water infiltration. city of boston Portable Reading Room: The room will start on the Greenway, where it can be used all season. city of boston Stairs of Fabulousness: This winner uses nonskid tape on City Hall's stairs to make them "400 percent more fabulous." city of boston Lobby Sky: Another successful proposal for City Hall transforms its ceiling with a giant photograph of the sky. city of boston Tidraphone: This creates a musical experience with pipes that extend into the water on Fort Point Channel. city of boston Another winning entrant was a proposal to remake gray utility boxes into useful benches.