Our future’s so bright, we’ve got to have shade

Lack of cover in public spaces has us scrambling for protection from the blistering sun; Design Museum Holon presents possible solutions

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July 22, 2015 17:28
Design Museum Holon

Outdoor shade installation, with cooling cover provided by a new form of acrylic fiber.. (photo credit: DESIGN MUSEUM HOLON)

 
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