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In Santiago, This Pop-Up Maze is Designed to Slow Down City Life

Adele Peters

Built with recycled scaffolding and a maze of maize, this temporary park in Santiago, Chile is a place to escape the busyness of the city. The designers want visitors to slow down, get lost, and take the kind of break that isn't possible on an ordinary city park bench. The design was a winner of this year's Young Architects Program at MOMA.

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