Swing and Kiosk made from 100 Feet Long Tree

Commissioned by the indianapolis museum of art to erect a concession stand for their 100 acres: the viriginia b. fairbanks art & nature park, swedish architecture firm Visiondivision (anders berensson and ulf mejergren) have realized 'chop stick', a design based on the universal notion of that you need to sacrifice something in order to make something new.

The raw material selected for the structure is a 100-foot yellow poplar, the state tree of indiana which is regarded for its beauty, respectable size and good properties as a hardwood. visiondivision found their ideal tree in anderson, indiana, transforming it into a useful building.

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