Gallery: Recycled Wood ‘Garden of Forking Paths’ Pavilion Promotes Slow...

The Garden of Forking Paths is bright yellow pavilion immersed in Santiago de Chile’s Parque Araucano. The project, by local architects Beals & Lyon, consists of two structures made from recycled scaffolding planks and is surrounded by native greenery. Modular and easy to dismantle, the near-translucent cubic spaces provide ‘an environment of slowness’ for citizens that want to relax, play and escape the bustle of the city.

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