Two Toronto designers came up with a new approach to public benches for the Cleveland Public Library. About the project:
Watership Down creates a scenario where five houses are frozen for a moment in a process of complete submersion into the ground of the Eastman Garden. Placed throughout the Garden, the gables of these houses project out of the earth at various angles. These create focal points of interest within the garden and become follies to climb, sit and rest upon.
Essentially, what that means is: “We built a new skate spot”.