>As easy as it is to see the trees in the photograph, it’s not so obvious when you’re standing on the platform, looking right at the tiles. This is in the Market East Station, and the landscape in the tiles was pointed out to me years after it was built. I’ve had a new respect for the wall ever since.
The garden at the relatively new Piazza at Schmidt’s, which got a lot of press when it opened, likening it to a European city square. It’s not quite that but the idea is good, and I view it as one does a new house — it needs some living in before it starts to look homey. A fountain and a few hundred bicycles would make it feel more European…
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