DS+R’s New Linear London Park Opens to the Public

The first phase of the first London Cultural Park is back to the public along Tombs. This project is designed by Deller. Renfro Argus is designed and located on the Greenwich Peninsula. The park, called the Tide, offers a free-trade fair for world-renowned artists and includes a regular path for walking, walking and meditation that is freely accessible to everyone. High-rise road bridges are planted from native-pasted wood and natural plants provide visitors with platforms for pausing, reflecting and enjoying the scenery around the Thames River. The first part of the 5-km landscape is a 9-meter high set designed by Damien Horst and Alan Jones through native trees and statues of giganties, a 27-meter long picnic table and a garden with jets surrounded by The river relaxes from the crowds of the city. Charles Emerson has tides of significant artwork to explore along the route. Referring to the surrounding waters, the former resident of the Greenwich Peninsula and two prominent English-born British Damien Hertz artists

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