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.
An ongoing exploration by TU Delft students.