Public Goods

An ongoing exploration by TU Delft students

A public good is a product that one individual can consume without reducing its availability to another individual, and from which no one is excluded. Economists refer to public goods as “non-rivalrous” and “non-excludable.”

Below, you will find examples of infrastructures, places and equipment that create public goods. These images are produced by TU Delft students from the Urbanism and Landscape Architecture Master tracks.

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An ongoing exploration by TU Delft students.