Before the path arrived, Indianapolis didn’t have a mainstream bike scene — just streets designed to improve traffic flow. Now, children and the elderly have joined the spandex swarms of longtime cycling enthusiasts...
The public art along the trail accentuates the path’s role as a sculptor of the city’s evolving identity. For example, Donna Sink’s “Moving Forward” is a series of seven stained-glass-hued eco-friendly bus shelters covered in lines from poems by local writers. — mobile.nytimes.com
The fine craftsmen of Indiana conferencing before the chop down
The yellow poplar tree hanging from the crane
The tree in a horizontal position
The truck is finally loaded
The tree outside Anderson, Indiana, ready to roll
Truck on its way to Indianapolis on narrow roads with police escort
The tree at the 100 acres ready for further refinement. — Visiondivision
Visiondivision, a Swedish architecture firm from Stockholm was commissioned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art to create an innovative concession stand for 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park. Our friend, Archinect contributor Donna Sink, is the local architect of the record...
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