An Urban Intervention Made Up of 2,100 Plastic Bottles

Athenian architecture firm Kollektivemind* recently created a public, interactive installation piece inspired by local traditional weaving patterns. The "Argallios" project was assembled on the fence of a primary school, in a less privileged area of Chania, to create a sense of a landmark of ecological and cultural meaning. The creative team, along with the parents, teachers and students used 2,100 recyclable plastic bottles that were cleaned, painted in six traditional basic colours and tucked into the diamond-shaped holes of the fence.

 Find out more about the project here.

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