Gallery: Serbian Pavilion Creates Interactive Garden of Curious Games

 

The Serbian installation at the 12th Annual Venice Architecture Bienniale is a fantastic example of stripped-down, simple green design inspired by a sense of community. For the exposition’s theme, “People Meet In Architecture,” Serbian design studio Škart created a playful installation of interconnected wooden seesaws and quirky traveling planters. Inspired by Serbian poet Vasko Popa‘s wife, who once told him she wished for a tree that “would run after [her] down the street,” the designer created traveling “Plant-o-biles.” Constructed from metal tubing, castors, and colorful re-purposed cooking pots, these pet-like planters form a kind of pre-fab mobile garden that can travel anywhere with its owner creating a humble visual delight for all who pass by.

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