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shipping containersTel-Aviv based Yoav Messer Architects recently unveiled plans for a sprawling 525-foot-long bridge made from recycled shipping containers! The project won a competition to build a gateway into Ariel Sharon National Park, a park designed to rehabilitate one of the world's largest and most notorious landfills. If built it will provide access for pedestrians, bicycles and small shuttle buses.
 
Tel-Aviv based Yoav Messer Architects recently unveiled plans for a sprawling 525-foot-long bridge made from recycled shipping containers! The project won a competition to build a gateway into Ariel Sharon National Park, a park designed to rehabilitate one of the world's largest and most notorious landfills. If built it will provide access for pedestrians, bicycles and small shuttle buses.

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  1. RMa March 10, 2015 at 1:32 pm

    What about the environmental impact of wars caused by Isreal? destruction caused? emissions from TV, Computers, AC, fires…. It would be better to stop attacking people, on this greenwashing image they are trying to create, based on fake facts..

  2. abl September 9, 2014 at 10:07 am

    Better to use your talents to create some GREEN SPACE in GAZA!!!!!!!!!!

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