Telling the story of one of Austin’s oldest public spaces
Republic Square is a city-block sized oasis in downtown Austin. Dating back to 1888, it is one of four historically significant squares that functioned as the city’s original public gathering places and has since played host to community events and markets, concerts and protests, frisbee games and family picnics. In 2015, a significant landscape and architectural renovation led by a partnership of three stakeholder entities presented an opportunity to showcase that history and mark its position as the heart of a dynamic and growing modern city.
Project Team: Pavon Design
Key Collaborators: Capital Architectural Signs
Signage and Wayfinding