Kolonihavehus  by Tom Fruin is a pavilion built in the plaza outside of the Royal Danish Library and was made of hand welded angle iron and scraps of reclaimed plexiglass. It provided a backdrop for summer poetry performances. via inhabitat.com #Sculpture #Copenhagen #Kolonihavehus #Tom_Fruin #Inhabitat #sculpture

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