‘Love Hut’ Asks People To Jot Down What They Love About London [Headlines]

‘Love Hut’ Asks People To Jot Down What They Love About London [Headlines]
Design

Architecture for Humanity created a wooden hut, filled it with pink post-it notes, and placed it on a busy street, and asked passing Brits to tell them what they loved about the city.

Allie Walker
  • 25 may 2012

Architecture for Humanity, a non-profit that give pro-bono design, construction, and development services to those in need, constructed a wooden ‘Love Hut’ on the streets of London, asking passerbys to write down on post-it notes what they loved about the city. We Heart

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