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The Barcaldine Tree of Knowledge by M3architecture Harks Back to 1891

 - Nov 13, 2009
References: m3architecture & dezeen
The Memorial for the Barcaldine Tree of Knowledge by m3architecture in Queensland, Australia is a breathtaking structure that also seems a little ironic. The wooden structure surrounds the remains of a dead tree with 18 meter-high hanging timber batons that mimic the shape of the tree’s canopy as it appeared in 1891.

The Barcaldine Tree of Knowledge by m3architecture is a memorial that marks the site where the Australian Labour party was founded in 1891. The design is environmentally sustainable but it still seems strange to surround a dead tree with more pieces of other dead trees to imitate a live one.