Installations including a recyclable urban ‘garden’ and a filigree canopy covered in locally bred algae will populate key locations in central London this summer. Unveiled this week, the architectural pop-ups are designed by the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture.
From 26th July to 12th September, visitors will be able to see - and in some cases interact with - the canopy, recyclable 'garden', a house of flags, story-telling trees and an enormous ‘universal tea-making machine’.
Commissioned by the Mayor of London, the five pieces will be installed in Trafalgar Square, Parliament Square, South Kensington tube station, Euston Square Gardens and the UCL Quad.
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