This art installation is a mobile installation with all kinds of elements which you'll find in a garden. Each element has been separated in a jar. A complex of jars is the result. Together they are a collection in a laboratorium type setup, finished by a protective tensegrity structure.   By Workshop IV and Studio ID Eddy

This art installation is a mobile installation with all kinds of elements which you'll find in a garden. Each element has been separated in a jar. A complex of jars is the result. Together they are a collection in a laboratorium type setup, finished by a protective tensegrity structure. By Workshop IV and Studio ID Eddy

Ciudad Perdida Green artistic design on top of a Parking lot (1.500 m2). The original roof was characterised by a rectangular design, gray colours and surrounded by unesthetically finished facades. The design ‘Ciudad Perdida’ introduced multilevelled cirkels, giving the place a more playfull look. More inportant, it turned this forgotten place into an eyecatcher. The integrated benches invite people to come and enjoy the place.

Ciudad Perdida Green artistic design on top of a Parking lot (1.500 m2). The original roof was characterised by a rectangular design, gray colours and surrounded by unesthetically finished facades. The design ‘Ciudad Perdida’ introduced multilevelled cirkels, giving the place a more playfull look. More inportant, it turned this forgotten place into an eyecatcher. The integrated benches invite people to come and enjoy the place.

This art installation is a mobile installation with all kinds of elements which you'll find in a garden. Each element has been separated in a jar. A complex of jars is the result. Together they are a collection in a laboratorium type setup, finished by a protective tensegrity structure.   By Workshop IV and Studio ID Eddy

Studio ID Eddy initiates urban interactive art design projects in public space.

This art installation is a mobile installation with all kinds of elements which you'll find in a garden. Each element has been separated in a jar. A complex of jars is the result. Together they are a collection in a laboratorium type setup, finished by a protective tensegrity structure.   By Workshop IV and Studio ID Eddy

Studio ID Eddy initiates urban interactive art design projects in public space.

Sustainable wall A sustainable and innovative green wall concept was developed as part of the N329, ‘Road of the Future’.   This wall is a selfcontaining wall; it collects rain water, it feeds the green parts with this water. The energy which is necessary to transport the water is sunlight collected by solar panels.

Sustainable wall A sustainable and innovative green wall concept was developed as part of the N329, ‘Road of the Future’. This wall is a selfcontaining wall; it collects rain water, it feeds the green parts with this water. The energy which is necessary to transport the water is sunlight collected by solar panels.

Sustainable wall A sustainable and innovative green wall concept was developed as part of the N329, ‘Road of the Future’.   This wall is a selfcontaining wall; it collects rain water, it feeds the green parts with this water. The energy which is necessary to transport the water is sunlight collected by solar panels.

Sustainable wall A sustainable and innovative green wall concept was developed as part of the N329, ‘Road of the Future’. This wall is a selfcontaining wall; it collects rain water, it feeds the green parts with this water. The energy which is necessary to transport the water is sunlight collected by solar panels.

Ciudad Perdida Green artistic design on top of a Parking lot (1.500 m2). The original roof was characterised by a rectangular design, gray colours and surrounded by unesthetically finished facades. The design ‘Ciudad Perdida’ introduced multilevelled cirkels, giving the place a more playfull look. More inportant, it turned this forgotten place into an eyecatcher. The integrated benches invite people to come and enjoy the place.

Ciudad Perdida Green artistic design on top of a Parking lot (1.500 m2). The original roof was characterised by a rectangular design, gray colours and surrounded by unesthetically finished facades. The design ‘Ciudad Perdida’ introduced multilevelled cirkels, giving the place a more playfull look. More inportant, it turned this forgotten place into an eyecatcher. The integrated benches invite people to come and enjoy the place.

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