Sunday, June 12, 2016

Polish artist Overlooked Objectives To Restore Urban Spaces With Brilliant Solution


The Wroclaw-based Polish artist behind No Studio creative team just could not stand seeing neglected urban spaces, so they decided that cities they require intervention. They chose the unused concrete stairs leading down to the river as their target and turn it into a space full of color.


The founders of the studio Szwajcowska Magda and Michal Majewski made a half-blue minimalist chairs / half sunbeds for Silesia Festival of Architecture (DoFA), and it works quite well! People were seen sunbathing and enjoying the beautiful scenery near the historic bridge. Less is more, indeed


More Info: studiono.pl (h / t: designboom)


artists Poland Studio creates a minimalist installation is to revive unused concrete staircase in Wroclaw






team of creatives just can not resist neglected urban space






they turned the plains looking for the stairs to the room colorful with their blue half-chair / half sunbeds






So people can enjoy the beautiful scenery next to the historic bridge






This works pretty good!






People started to come there to socialize or tan






Less is more, indeed!







source: bored panda



Polish artist Overlooked Objectives To Restore Urban Spaces With Brilliant Solution

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