This tree-canopy office in London is up for rent—and rallying for the political rights of nature

(Courtesy Natalie Jeremijenko/Flickr)

Photos of a previous TREExOFFICE at Long Island City New York’s Socrates Sculpture Park (Courtesy Natalie Jeremijenko/Flickr)

A treetop office in East London’s Hoxton Square park has more in mind than upping worker productivity by exposure to natural light and flora—it’s a political proponent for the rights of nature. Artist, engineer, and New York University professor Natalie Jeremijenko designed the lightweight structure together with artists Shuster + Mosely and architects Tate Harmer. The coworking space can accommodate six to eight occupants simultaneously and is outfitted with Wifi and a power supply.

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Video> Noguchi Museum Takes Civic Action

Thursday, October 13, 2011
Detail from map of the LIC study area by WXY's Fall 2010 studio at Parsons.

Detail from map of the LIC study area by WXY's Fall 2010 studio at Parsons. (AN/Stoelker)

With buses running from the Lever House on Park Avenue, the Noguchi Museum was flush with Manhattanites last night for the opening of Civic Action: A Vision for Long Island City. The show of ideas by local artist teams—led by Natalie Jeremijenko, Mary Miss, Rirkrit Tiravanija and George Trakas—fleshes out urban dreams for the mostly industrial area. In anything but an autocratic manner, the show—the first ever at the museum to include contemporary artists and not Noguchi—encourages dialogue between large institutions, government, and the public.

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