Our partnerships in other cities

We send kits around the world so that other cities can copy our model. So far, we’ve created more than 30 reading room kits for libraries, agencies, and organizations around the world. Contact Sam Davol for more information.

In the US: DC Public Library; Seattle Public Library; Queens Library; Brooklyn Public Library; New York Public Library; San Mateo County Library; Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy (Boston MA); Foundation for Early Learning/Thrive Washington; Hillsboro Public Library (Oregon); Gwinnett County Public Library (Georgia); Onondaga County Public Library (NY); Montgomery County Public Library (MD); PlayBuild New Orleans; SoHo Memory Project (NYC); New York City Department of Transportation (NYC); FDR Four Freedoms Park (NYC); Hennepin County Library (MN); Hialeah Public Libraries (FL); Gathering Place, Tulsa (OK), Santa Clara County Libraries (CA), Fairfax County Libraries (VA), San Diego Public Library (CA), Hall County Library System (GA), Providence Community Library (RI), Farmville Public Library (NC).

Abroad: Qatar National Library, US State Dept/US Consulate in Almaty, Kazakhstan and Astana, Kazakhstan; Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama City; Calgary Public Library, Canada; Greater Taree City Library, Australia; Wyong Shire Library System, Australia; and Médiathèque Départementale Library, Colmar, France.


We're getting a "new" name... Street Lab.

The Uni Project is the work of Street Lab, a nonprofit launched in 2006 in Boston, where we created community-oriented programs for public space. In 2011, we migrated Street Lab to New York City and launched the Uni Project. The Uni began as a single, portable reading room and has since grown into a city-wide initiative offering more than 700 days of pop-up programming in 150+ public spaces across the city. In 2019, we are re-introducing our original name Street Lab to tie all this work together going forward, with much more to come.

For now, details about our programs are available here on the Uni Project web site. Soon, that content will move to www.streetlab.org. Thanks for sticking with us!