Sunday, October 30, 2011

Eco-Urban Sculpture, art for a sustainable future

Orlando De Urrutia Architecture & Sustainable Urbanism has designed the Sensory Eco Urban Sculpture, which it defines as a new creative concept for the current times where new materials are used to create interactive spaces where the viewer can not only admire the artwork but can also feel and interact with it.

It is constructed using recyclable materials that do not alter the environment, whether urban or natural, where it is located. It also includes renewable energy sources, including solar, wind, water and land.

Source: LiveGreen Blog
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