A new interpretation of the theban ground: Which activities could be developed at the centre of contemporary greek towns, so as to take advantage of their own cultural and productive resources and reinforce their special character?
BAMscape is a free-form seating environment commissioned by the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive. Installed for a 2 ½ year duration, BAMscape provides a new centerpiece within the museum’s large square foot ce.
Oliver Schau’s “Street Furniture” is another creative approach to urban seating. The project consists of a series of guerrilla public seating areas created by wrapping yellow drainage pipes around Hamburg’s existing urban infrastructure.