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Submitted by woodarch on September 23, 2009

Concept:more art, more nature into cities! LetÅ› find inspiration of nature.

-reclaimed wooden columns with natural facetexture, partly painted.
-backwall:timber and/or plywood.
-sides:coated glass.
-roof:stainless steel, high polished under-surface, “crushed”.
-massive woodblocks for sit and lean.

This is one example of endless line of ideas,what wood afford.Tree as art-piece, created by Nature. Each shelter unique.
No limits in forms and colors, more or less scultural, no geometric restriction (exept constructive). For 3 or 30 waiting person depend by needs.For intensive urban environment or garden city area. Site-specific style and character.

Last ten years I have been dealing with “small architecture” – park- and gardenshelters, pavillions, my portfolio contains many designs and scetches. Why not waiting-shelters.

Visit my web-site: (coming in october).

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