Spring is the time when everything comes back to life. During this period new ideas concerning space arrangement are blooming again. It’s time for a breath of fresh air – Easter eggs for public space you do not know!
Although the paving trend of city centers is increasingly changing in favor of greenery, there are still places where plants are missing. The Old Town Squares, promenades, sidewalks … Who does not know a place dominated by concrete? However, nothing is lost – there are solutions which allow natural accents also hit such places, and most importantly: they can survive in excellent condition.
Although nowadays we often choose to work remotely, our offices have been decorated for Christmas anyway. In these exceptional times, a unique atmosphere should not be missing anywhere, neither in our houses nor outside of them. Let’s see how openwork decorations work in this role.
Unfortunately, Christmas is over, but we can still enjoy that unique atmosphere. Some of the Christmas city decorations still keep our sidewalks in the festive time. We will be able to enjoy them for at least a few days more – just like the residents of the German city of Vilshofen an der Donau.
Red, shimmering XXL baubles decorate many European cities! This time we admire the arrangement from the German town of Horb am Neckar:
The special moment of the year has already come – despite the difficulties that have been with us for several months, the tradition of decorating streets for holidays does not change. Before we start reviewing this year’s proposals, let’s recall how beautiful the European cities looked during the last winter. Here is a Christmas composition from the German Marktredwitz!
How to keep some sun in the cities even in a shadowy day? How to get rid of the grayness in cities and invite some colors to them? How to bring some nature to the public spaces?
For many people, Christmas doesn’t exist without a Christmas tree, also in public spaces. What to do though if the square in front of the town hall lacks trees, and bringing to it any live specimen is neither economical nor ecological solution? Contrary to what one might expect, Christmas does not have to go without decorations!
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