Wednesday, December 01, 2010

The Tree is a Banyan tree sculpture at National Museum of Singapore

Singapore-based design studio FARM created a sculpture called The Tree constructed from a series of varying sizes of rectangles and squares frames, rising from the ground and interlocking in a 3-dimensional space, forming a semblance of the Banyan Tree. The sculpture is located on the site of the National Museum of Singapore.

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