Polish Artists Aim To Restore Neglected Urban Spaces With A Brilliant Solution
The Polish artists behind Wroclaw-based No Studio team of creatives just couldn’t stand seeing neglected urban spaces, so they decided that their city needed an intervention. They chose unused concrete stairs that lead to the river as their target and transformed it into a colorful lounge.
The founders of the studio Magda Szwajcowska and Michal Majewski created minimalistic blue colored half-chairs/half-sunbeds for the Lower Silesian Festival of Architecture (DoFA), and it worked pretty well! People were seen sunbathing and enjoying the beautiful view near the historic bridge. Less is more, indeed!
Polish artists No Studio created this minimalist installation to revive unused concrete stairs in Wroclaw
The team of creatives just couldn’t stand seeing neglected urban spaces
They turned the plain looking stairs into a colorful lounge with their blue colored half-chairs/half-sunbeds
So people could enjoy a wonderful view next to the historic bridge
It worked pretty well!
People started coming there to socialize or sunbathe
Less is more, indeed!
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