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Ziggurat Playground - Inspired aesthetically by the manga, 'Metropolis', by the late Osamu Tezuka.

This is a minimalist/deconstructivist design which attempts to create a social space in which both children and parents would gather. It also contains elements which help people become aware of their surroundings, rather than become distracted by ornamentation. By this I hope that the imaginations of children and parents alike are evoked in a genuine constructive manner.

(Feb '08)
Ziggurat Playground - Inspired aesthetically by the manga, 'Metropolis', by the late Osamu Tezuka.

This is a minimalist/deconstructivist design which attempts to create a social space in which both children and parents would gather. It also contains elements which help people become aware of their surroundings, rather than become distracted by ornamentation. By this I hope that the imaginations of children and parents alike are evoked in a genuine constructive manner.

(Feb '08)
Ziggurat Playground - Inspired aesthetically by the manga, 'Metropolis', by the late Osamu Tezuka.

This is a minimalist/deconstructivist design which attempts to create a social space in which both children and parents would gather. It also contains elements which help people become aware of their surroundings, rather than become distracted by ornamentation. By this I hope that the imaginations of children and parents alike are evoked in a genuine constructive manner.

(Feb '08)
Ziggurat Playground - Inspired aesthetically by the manga, 'Metropolis', by the late Osamu Tezuka.

This is a minimalist/deconstructivist design which attempts to create a social space in which both children and parents would gather. It also contains elements which help people become aware of their surroundings, rather than become distracted by ornamentation. By this I hope that the imaginations of children and parents alike are evoked in a genuine constructive manner.

(Feb '08)
Ziggurat Playground - Inspired aesthetically by the manga, 'Metropolis', by the late Osamu Tezuka.

This is a minimalist/deconstructivist design which attempts to create a social space in which both children and parents would gather. It also contains elements which help people become aware of their surroundings, rather than become distracted by ornamentation. By this I hope that the imaginations of children and parents alike are evoked in a genuine constructive manner.

(Feb '08)
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Ziggurat Playground
Lawrence Kwok
Industrial Toronto, Canada