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Vertical Public Parks
Billboard Park Uses a Honeycomb Design to Build Up Instead of Out


By: Michael Hines (Superstar) Aug 10, 11
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Billboard Park is a new public park designed to put a modern twist on the architecture of Rosario, Argentina. Billboard Park is a vertical park designed to look like a honeycomb. Lush greenery is interspersed throughout the park with free spaces used to give visitors a unique view of the city.

Billboard park was designed by New York-based architectural firm EFGH Architectural Design Studio. The park is designed to stick out among the classic architecture that the city is known for. The park is designed to make good use of its small space by building up instead of out. It is only a matter of time before vertical farms become popular in cities as evident by the recent glut of urban farm designs. Vertical parks may not be too far ahead in the future.



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