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This poetic intervention by Thilo Folkerts marks a former train station. The elements are placed partly on a green park structure and partly on paved, more urban area which suggests a departure/arrival from/to somewhere else. The sign marking the station name is redundant.
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A 50cm barrier along any beach can radically change natural dynamics, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. In the case of Hvidovre beach, the grassy area is a former landfill so this simple element is solving a number of problems whilst opening new uses. VEGA collaborated with Karin Lorentzen, a super-interesting Danish artist that designed the concrete wall. The result is an interesting and playful landscape element and I'm reminded of the Catherine Mosbach's approach to form-finding - a little bit. Smuk!
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Here, in the atrium of the Academy, plants thrive in an unusual environment – with no direct contact to the earth, little natural light, and artificial irrigation ... Most of these plants have a special connection to Jewish life. Some, for example, bear the names of Jewish people, others play a role in the Jewish holidays. And some of the plants’ folkloric names refer to anti-Jewish sentiments.
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