A “garden bridge that works”

Summary

“What differentiates the Skygarden and its allied projects is their ambition to grow out of the character and needs of contemporary Seoul. For similar reasons the Skygarden promises to be among the more convincing of all the many High Line wannabes in the world. Whether or not MVRDV’s designs prove to be too “artificial” huge crowds can be expected, along with global fame. It could be a garden bridge that works.”
Quote from: www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/may/19/seoul-skygarden-south-korea-london-garden-bridge

Part of Solution

  • Seoul’s Skygarden: Public space from adapted 1970s highway

  • Photo credit

    http://www.businessinsider.com/seoul-sky-garden-2017-3/#seouls-skygarden-will-wind-around-buildings-and-stretch-3000-feet-long-in-the-city-center-1

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    • Seouls skygarden will wind around buildings and stretch 3000 feet long in the city center

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