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Charming upcycled Igloo parklet brings the community together with a place to leave wishes

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 28, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified Jun 27, 2016

The Wish-Igloo parklet in Covington Kentucky engages the local community by allowing them to interact with the structure and leave personalized messages in the form of wishes. Inspired by traditional Japanese plaques called "emas", architects Harry Ross of fieldCRAFTstudio and Seth Trance transformed a parking space into a unique temporary installation that facilitates socialization and creativity through drinking coffee, chatting and relaxing. The Wish-Igloo parklet is part of the Renaissance...






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