Artist Creatively Camouflages Ugly Public Buildings [Pics]

Artist Creatively Camouflages Ugly Public Buildings [Pics]
Design

Roeland Otten makes city eyesores disappear through clever design choices.

Allie Walker
  • 30 january 2013

Public Restrooms and electrical boxes, both necessary figures in an urban landscape, but not always the most attractive. Often made of concrete or rusting metal, the public utility buildings that dot a city are often some of its biggest eyesores. Overlooked by the majority of designers and architects, Amsterdam-based artist Roeland Otten turns these structures into focal points of the city by making them blend into their environment.

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