Artist Linda Tegg transforms car park in Stockholm into biodiverse meadow for ArkDes



The next part of today’s VDF collaboration with ArkDes features a video interview with Australian artist Linda Tegg, who has temporarily rewilded the car park outside Sweden’s national centre for architecture and design.

Tegg has added thousands of plants to the asphalt of the Exercisplan car park for the installation, which is called Infield.

The name Infield comes from Sweden’s infields – enclosed meadows that were often adjacent to farms – and is intended to attract myriad birds and insects to the site throughout its three-month duration.

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