Aside from the festive decor of stores and the abundance of cheery symbology -- from Christmas trees to Hannukah menorahs, the public also becomes delighted by various holiday installations that adorn the city to bring life to it during the cold winter months. One such structure is situated in front of the famous Flatiron Building in New York City.
The space between Broadway, Fifth Avenue, and 23rd Street is always occupied by some artistic endeavor. For the holiday installation, there was a competition and the winning design was by local architectural studio Hou de Sousa.
The holiday installation is formed to present "gateways, apertures, and seating." It is constructed with rebar and covered in bright, shimmering lights that surely add a festive spin to it.
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