Since 1977, the Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata multiplies the sculptures in situ. Among his works some strange tree houses in the heart of our cities.
Among other sculptures, stacks of ephemeral objects and buildings, log cabins have a special place in the work of Tadashi Kawamata.
Grafted to a building, the mast of a lamppost or a solitary tree, they are all urban reinterpretations of traditional and vernacular treehouses.
For more information on Tadashi Kawamata and its work, visit its website.