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parks and literature – you need to be mindful that you are building a foundation for the future


August 2020

private commissions as a matter of ethics

public spaces as civil commitments

BAM - Biblioteca degli Alberi, Milano

With Covid-19 pushing us six feet apart and out in the open, dependency on green spaces stands at an all-time high – Inside Outside, as the name insinuates, is a design company that has focused on the intersection between interior architecture and landscape design.

Biblioteca degli Alberi [The Library of Trees] sets a precedent in regards to a future proofed integration: Blaisse states. Designed as an ‘interface’, the hundred thousand square metres of land fuses a variety of plants, trees and species in a layout that reflects the eclecticism of the surrounding inhabitants. The infrastructure unites the needs of each individual in one communal space. Blaisse contemplates: . In.

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