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‘arbores laetae’ by diller scofidio and renfro
sep 08, 2008
‘arbores laetae’ by diller scofidio and renfro


‘arbores laetae’ or ‘joyful trees’ is the latest project by new york architects diller scofidio and renfro.
the unusual installation project is located in liverpool, england as part of the city’s art biennial. 17 trees
were planted in a small parkette, however 3 of the trees slowly rotate on specially designed bases.
the liverpool biennial runs from september 20 – november 30. more images are available on flickr.

http://www.dillerscofidio.com
http://www.biennial.com

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