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CITIES - sculptures and land art
The renovated public square used to be nothing more than a parking lot. Lucien den Arend planted a row of swamp oaks, starting from the main street and placing them at smaller intervals. The last interval is the distance for the three rows which enclose an inner space in which a 13.5 meter concrete square acts a water plateau, projected 20 centimeters above the ground level.
source, an urban environment - swamp oaks, concrete, stainless steel element - 1350x1350x20cm - 1987|1989 Ambachtsplein, Hazerswoude-Dorp NL