Art Installation Blooms in Jerusalem

We love this new art installation gracing the sidewalks of Jerusalem. The giant red poppies, created by HQ Architects, open and close when there is movement or sound from passersby below (thanks to the air compressors inside). Not only do the poppies offer shade or shelter from the rain, they are a bright spot of joy in the bustling city.

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