A French art collective is attempting to create the world's largest hanging garden, which the group plans to call The 'Heron’s Tree.'
Both aesthetically pleasing and interactive, this new art piece is expected to be over 160 meters in diameter and 114 feet long. Guests will be invited to climb the unique installation, as it will contain various look out points that provides a bird's-eye view of the city. This large-scale project is being partially funded by the public, but the art collective has opened a kickstarter to attain as close to 35 million euro as they can get.
This interactive art installation will be situated in the Loire River, as this location was "inspired by the worlds of Jules Verne and Leonardo Da Vinci."
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Heron’s Tree Will Be the World's Largest Hanging Garden
- By: Ellen SmithMar 21, 2018