Street Furniture Gets A New Lease On Life As Art in Poland

Street Furniture Gets A New Lease On Life As Art in Poland

Temporary urban "hacks" are restoring life to quiet areas

Rachel Pincus
  • 28 june 2016

Most small architecture interventions in cities require a well-trafficked area to actually get implemented. But the enterprising experiments of NO studio, which is a collaboration between Polish designers Magda Szwajcowska and Michal Majewski, brought attention to forgotten corners in the city of Wrocław during the Lower-Silesian Festival of Architecture. It’s a reminder that good design can create demand for urban locales as well as control it.

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