Thursday 12 January, 2012

Inspiring Public Space in Vienna: Hammock Installation


Bat House Hammock Art Installation Inspiring Public Space in Vienna: Hammock Installation

Vienna can benefit from a the fascinating hammock-filled public art installation entitled Flederhaus (Bat House) and created by architecture studio Heri&Salli. Tourists and residents can enjoy the vertical public space filled with hammocks and indulge in moments of relaxation in a space inspired by standstill moments, when mind and body relax as they were designed to do – in the open air. We spotted the fantastic art installation on Design Rulz and we had to share with you the spectacular feeling of freedom and relaxation these photos give us. The Bat House Hammock Art Installation can be found near the Museumsquartier (Museums Quarter) and is open daily 10:00-19:00 until October. Sleep, relax or read, find different interactions with the surrounding environment and enjoy these creative public space designs – they were created to inspire everyone.

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