Gallery: Simone Bossi’s Duecentosessanta is a Serene Pavilion in the Hi...

It's hard to believe Simone Bossi's incredible outdoor art installation is constructed on the site of an abandoned concrete tennis court! The Italian architect won this year's 260MQ International Competition, which encourages artists and designers to transform a certain space into something beautiful and useful. Bossi's Duecentosessanta MQ (Italian for 260 square meters) is a scenic and serene man-made forest and lake in Trento, Italy that channels the environment's most peaceful elements. Visitors can enjoy the unique exhibition on their own or attend any number of public musical or theatre performances that utilize the fantastic structure.

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