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Image courtesy of Kenn Munk via flickr
Now that we are spending more time outdoors, we thought we’d take a poke around the internet to see what interesting public art projects are taking place around the world. Look what we found in this week’s content!
Notcot features this curvaceous plywood structure located in Bedford Square, London.
We also liked this grass planted temporarily in a train station — from a milk commercial filmed in New Zealand!
Pruned highlights a shimmering “wave garden” that we would love to stumble upon in San Francisco.
Core77 proves that you don’t have to waste gas on going away with a structure designed for urban camping in Copenhagen.
Treehugger reports on the latest guerrilla gardening effort in Toronto.
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That is really cool! It’s great that this thing just uses plywood too- I’ll bet plywood is fairly easy to reclaim from old projects, or create from wood scraps. I wonder what kind of finish they use to protect it from the elements?
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