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Stairs featuring a five-metre-high reproduction of Vincent van Gogh’s signature painting “Sunflowers”, were exhibited (as on July 2013, no idea if they still are) at the entrance to Ocean Terminal in Hong Kong. Advertisements
Stairs, or in this case more specifically, a banister, which plays a central part in this public art project by Edge Design Institute called “The Cascade”. Designers converted the staircase banister in their native Hong Kong, China, in a public space … Continue reading
If, by any chance, you are somewhere near Pudong, Shanghai you may pop in to Kerry Hotel where the World’s Largest Ball Pit with one million balls was recently created. Looks like fun, doesn’t it?
A flight of 7,200 total steps (including inner temple steps), with 6,293 Official Mountain Walkway Steps, lead up the East Peak of Mount Tai, a mountain of historical and cultural significance located north of the city of Tai’an, in Shandong province, China.
Jody Xiong in conjunction with the China Environmental Protection Foundation created this interesting project to demonstrate the benefits of walking versus driving. Big white canvases with a naked tree were placed across 132 crosswalks in 15 Chinese cities. When pedestrians … Continue reading