Gallery: FORÊT II is a Meditation Pavilion Made from 810 Reclaimed Ship...

FORÊT II is a recent urban installation by architect and teacher Justin Duchesneau and Philippe Allard, who is a visual artist for the Escales Improbables de Montréal. Built from 810 recycled shipping pallets, the cubic volume is a place for quiet mediation and reflection with in the urban fabric. The light-filled temporary pavilion is made from reclaimed wood, and it represents the space taken up by a large tree.

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