“Instagram worthy” is my new definer of city spaces, so much so I imagine if a city was designed to be photographed it might have great public space outcomes. As part of that, I think the idea of “city frames” could be important, and I noticed many of these in Roppongi.
Literally physical “frames”, these are selfie/photo opportunities, quirky landscape moments, markers of visual interest and catalysts for play or interactivity.
P.S. Check out, Brazilian artist Bruno Ribeiro’s Real Instagram Project which added frames to London locations