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Superkingdom: Consarc Architects

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Consarc has designed three installations providing shelter for a number of animal species, which sit in three ancient trees in King’s Wood, Kent

Working in collaboration with arts organisation London Fieldworks, despotic architecture was used as a reference for these ‘palaces’ in the trees, particularly the dominant characteristics of buildings associated with Mussolini, Stalin and Ceausescu.

The result is three unique structures consisting of water-catchers, bird boxes and moss-growing crevasses.

  • Project: Superkingdom, Kent
    Architect: Consarc Architects
    Cost: £20,000

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