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Pawel Grobelny / bench Monolit in Brussels

Pawel Grobelny / bench Monolit in Brussels it has been modified: 2014-01-09 di jessica zannori

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In Albertine's Gardens in the center of Brussels, the Polish designer Pawel Grobelny created the bench "Monolit".

This creation of plywood and aluminum extends between the hedges cut with syncopated lines that respect the geometry of the almost military garden, but which also recall the architecture of the surrounding buildings, he took the opportunity to design a base whose shape and dimensions follow the composition rules of the Albertine staircase to blend in the landscape in the best possible way.

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