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Kengo Kuma and Associates collaborated with playground design firm Earthscape to design a playground from an array of timber logs assembled to resemble a mountain.
Commenters beloved the construction. One mentioned it “triggers long-lost reminiscences”, whereas one other, described it as “admirably cellulosic”.
Different tales on this week’s publication that fired up the feedback part included clay-moulded hoodies and shorts at London Vogue Week, an reasonably priced housing block in Melbourne designed by Kennedy Nolan and a concrete residence designed by Matharoo Associates in India.
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