A new type of public pavilion for cities using abstract reproductions of natural affect.
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@caro_lundqvist Oops thanks for pointing out the error with the year! We like to work on short timelines but not that short ;-)
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New development in Sydney's Darling Harbour includes screens integrated into the urban space youtube.com/watch?t=42&v=t… #digital #placemaking
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