Guerrilla Gardening Inspired Installation The Centerpiece Of 2010 London Architectural Festival

Guerrilla Gardening Inspired Installation The Centerpiece Of 2010 London Architectural Festival
Design

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.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 23 april 2010

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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