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Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City

Please Touch the Art by Jeppe Hein on Brooklyn Bridge

Jeppe Hein creates 18 whimsical installations in Brooklyn park

Image 2 of 4 from gallery of Please Touch the Art: Jeppe Heine's "Labyrinth NY" Installed in Brooklyn. "Mirror Labyrinth NY", Jeppe Hein High polished stainless steel, x x inches

Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City » Retail Design Blog

Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City

Jeppe Hein – Mirror Labyrinth, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, 2015-2016

New York’s Public Art Fund tapped Danish artist Jeppe Hein for an installation of fountains, mirrors. - Photo: James Ewing/Courtesy of Public Art Fund, NY

The 10 Most Beautiful Public Art Shows Hitting New York This Spring

The 10 Most Beautiful Public Art Shows Hitting New York This Spring

JePPe HeiN Touchy Feely Sculptures and Fountains Headed to Brooklyn Bridge Park

Vía Láctea Santa & Cole 1990 Batlle and Roig  --has a rectangular screen (for one lamp or double for two lamps), made of the same material. The lamp is a fluorescent support for two tubular lamps of 58 W. Optionally, lamps can be delivered for one tube of 58 W.

Discover all the information about the product Urban lamppost / contemporary / galvanized steel / fluorescent VÍA LÁCTEA by Enric Batlle & Joan Roig - Santa & Cole and find where you can buy it.

Padiglione RAI - 1965 - A. Castiglioni, E. Mari (graphics)

Category: Structures with unusual support structures I think this one is interesting because the entire exhibit is suspending from the ceiling instead of set on the ground good idea for an entrance.may be with some light or video in it.

structured moss wall called "Surface Deep," a project by Harvard Graduate School of Design's landscape architecture department

structured moss wall called "Surface Deep," a project by Harvard Graduate School of Design's landscape architecture department.

Jeppe Hein – Mirror Labyrinth, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York,  2015-2016

Jeppe Hein, Mirror Labyrinth, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, 2015

Staples Street - Best Places To Take Photos in New York // NotJessFashion.com

A United Rentals JLG articulating boom lift inspecting Tribeca’s Historic Staple Street Skybridge

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I had the privilege of attending a tour of Brooklyn Bridge Park as part of the Greater & Greener: Reimagining Parks for Century Cities conference. The tour was led by Regina Myer, Presiden…