The Tree by FARM: National Museum of Singapore

The National Museum of Singapore has added a brilliant sculpture to their gardens, one inspired by the shape and sheer might of a banyan tree.

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The National Museum of Singapore has added a brilliant sculpture to their gardens, one inspired by the shape and sheer might of a banyan tree. The Tree by FARM is a series of rectangular frames that reach out from a series of central columns, with lighting scattered randomly throughout its beams. It is a sculpture as a gathering place, a point for museum patrons to relax, sit and enjoy the sights of the museum and The FARM’s Tree itself. [Farm via Notcot]

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