The Urban Conga is a multidisciplinary design studio composed of a diverse group of creatives focused on sparking community activity and social interaction through open-ended play. They achieve this by working directly with communities to create inclusive, engaging, and site-specific opportunities that evoke creativity, exploration, and free-choice learning for all demographics within the built environment. Their work explores the idea of creating more “Playable Cities” as an ecosystem of multiscale playable opportunities intertwined within the existing urban infrastructure. Investigating how play can begin to exist within our everyday spaces and encourage people to think about these spaces that could become PLAYces: like bus stops, alleyways, street lights, park benches, or just the everyday spaces in-between. Exploring how these often overlooked or underutilized situations can turn into stimulating creative outlets for communal connection through the implementation of play. Through this work, they have collaborated with communities, organizations, businesses, municipalities, institutions, and more worldwide, delivering custom spatial installations, playable products, workshops, development plans, and public policy recommendations.