Giant flowers bloom as pedestrians approach
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In 2004, Joseph Hart described the discipline of psychogeography as “Just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape.” Public installation architecture can do exactly that and here at Springwise we have written about some excellent examples. This Korean artist designed an ear shaped sculpture that listens to the opinions of passersby and relays it to city hall, and this mural in Bologna purifies the air. Now, in Israel, HQ Architects have created giant, kinetic flowers that respond to the movement around them.
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