Furniture designer Fernando Abellanas transformed the underside of a concrete bridge into a secret work space. The daring pop-up space serves as a stunt to encourage city planners to invest more creative energy into maximizing the potential of currently underutilized spaces. Bridge underpasses are the artist's main target, outlining the opportunity they present to serve as public parks, instead of unstable and poorly lit areas.
The suspended space is ingeniously equipped with all the requirements of a proper office space, including storage, and photo frames, adding personal flare. Nestled inside the abandoned piece of graffiti-covered infrastructure, Abellanas humorously highlights the hidden potential these forgotten spaces offer.
As city planners struggle to accommodate increasing populations, Fernando Abellanas insists on expanding and exploring the readily available resources that already exist.
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