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"A path in the forest" installation by Tetsuo Kondo
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"A Path in the Forest", an installation designed by a talented Japanese architect Tetsuo Kondo, offers a chance to experience the installation traditions of the unique contemporary Japanese architecture. The 95 meter long path that runs between the trees is supported by a steel tube that stands by itself and leans against the trees just a little.


"We don’t look at the trees from underneath but we get closer to the leaves and slide through the branches", explains Tetsuo Kondo. "I have tried to create this work in a way as if the trees would have been created for this installation".

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