for Public Art, Streetscapes and Civic Enhancements
For cities, neighborhoods
and business districts, Weiss designs and implements arts and landscape programs to beautify public space and to expand
community engagement. Through temporary public art projects, he founded the public art program for the Time
Square business district between 2008-2011. With streetscape design and community plans in suburban cities,
he led the downtown districts through the design of new landscaping and pathways with outdoor sculptures between
2002-2008. Teaching city planning at FAU, he specialized in neighborhood plans and landscape design for
pedestrians outdoors in hot, humid climates.
Below are links to
a series of projects developed and managed by him and his essays and blogs available online.