South Tyrol, Italy hosted a spring festival, where you could enjoy passing time in nature the 'old school' way - like climbing through the Tube Merano.

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The Croatian-Austrian design team Nomen/For Use were invited by local curatorial team BAU, to participate in the second edition of "Art & Nature" entitled Walking with Senses, a spring festival in South Tyrol, Italy. The designers were to create an installation within the context that would connect itself with the natural landscape of the village park. 

They suspended the spiralling tube, a large net structure, from the branches and massive trunks, with additional fixtures on the grass terrain below.

The fixtures are almost invisible to the eye, so when one looks at the installation, it seems as it is a natural part of the surrounding trees. 

You can check out the installation from March 24 to June 5, 2016. 

April 18, 2016 Living photo: Numen

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