Did you know these trees on Parliament Street spin round?



Did you know these trees on Parliament Street spin round?
Did you know these trees on Parliament Street spin round?

Walk down Liverpool’s Parliament Street to the corner of St George Street and chances are you’ll notice something odd about some of the trees there. In most ways they are perfectly typical hornbeams, except for one crucial difference – they spin round. The slowly-rotating trees were initially placed there by New York architects Diller, Scofidio and Renfro for the 2008 Biennial in the city’s Capital of Culture year but haven’t worked for many years. Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Arbores Laetae (Joyfu…

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