The Putting Lot: Urban Mini Golf

The Putting Lot: Urban Mini Golf
Design
Dan Gould
  • 28 may 2009

Gothamist reports that an urban mini-golf course will be opening up in Brooklyn this summer, starting on June 6th. “The Putting Lot” will be installed inside a formerly trash-filled vacant lot within the transitional neighborhood of Bushwick. Each of the nine holes of the course are being created by separate teams of artists and architects who will bring imaginative designs to the project. The goal of The Putting Lot (besides fun) is to explore ideas of urban sustainability and community by using abandoned spaces in fresh ways.

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