The Tree House Gallery
Innovative public project in Regent's Park, central London
(Photos ©urban75, 5th September 2009)
Billed as "an innovative public project featuring a free daily program of events, arts, discussions, musicology and activities," the Treehouse Gallery in Regent's Park tasked itself with acting, " as a catalyst to ignite the collective imagination, encouraging adults and children alike to explore a variety of creative responses to nature."
We're not entirely sure what all that means, but we definitely enjoyed our visit and found it a pleasant place to hang out for a while.
Looking like a road protest site transported into a central London Park, the Treehouse Gallery put on daily activities, talks and workshops, focussed around two large treehouses.
Here's some photos from our visit.
Some rather earnest looking doscussion going on in the tree house.
Comfy chair high up in the tree.
Looking inside the bird house.
The view inside.
Wooden, cycle-powered structure.
Playing the piano.
The library treehouse.
In the treehouse.
Notes left on the tree inside the library.
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