Guerrilla Gardening Inspired Installation The Centerpiece Of 2010 London Architectural Festival
Pushak, an all female Norwegian architectural practice won a competition to create an installation inspired by guerrilla gardening at this year's London Festival of Architecture.
Stone, Glass, Wood, and Steel are what you might expect a festival dedicated to architecture to focus on. But at this year’s upcoming London Architectural Festival, a highlight is expected to be an installation using moss as the featured material. Pushak, an all female Norwegian architectural practice won a competition sponsored by the festival organizers to create an installation inspired by guerrilla gardening. Their design will allow visitors to walk through a huge moss landscape. The installation pays homage to the global movement of guerrilla gardening.
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