Abstract Christmas Tree: 1024 Architecture
Architecture & Interiors
Much of abstract art begs the question: “What is it?” This abstract public installation of 1024 Architecture’s representation of a Christmas Tree was erected for the Plaisirs d’Hiver event in the city of Brussels (Belgium).
It has blinking led lights of red, green, white, blue and gold set to music for the added holiday spirit. You are even able to climb to the top for a view of the city in its holiday glory.
This architecture sculpture, though eco friendly, is not loved by all as for some it does not resemble a tree enough. Enough is what I say. So it does not have needles and pine cones. Enjoy the spirit and the creativity. It is on view through December 28th. Enjoy the view!
Have an infinitely modern holiday!