DIY Traveling Pop-Up Cinema Occupies Moscow Courtyards

A sustainability-themed mobile movie theater made from reclaimed wooden pallets raises awareness about environmental issues in urban spaces.

Sustainability-themed urban cinema space project ‘On The Way‘ has been launched by bbbspaces in Moscow, Russia. This mobile movie theater has seating made from reclaimed wooden pallets, an inspired design that emphasizes the the project’s focus.

Pop-Up Cinema Made From Pallets Occupies Moscow Courtyards

The pop-up theater has appeared in courtyards and residential areas across the city, screening documentaries that relate to environmental issues in urban spaces. Iconowatch reports that the organizers also collect recycled paper at the events, and are planning to feature props that raise awareness about urban cleanliness, including a giant chess set made of recycled materials and a urinal unit with a sign that reads “The courtyard is not a toilet.”

Pop-Up Cinema Made From Pallets Occupies Moscow Courtyards

On The Way

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