Welcome to the Forest City Project!
DID YOU KNOW?
Today 70% of the Sonian Forest consists of upright beech trees reaching
high into the sky, hence its nickname “the beech cathedral”.
To view the impact report of the Forest City Project 2016 – CLICK HERE
Revolve is bringing spectacular photography of forests into city centers for citizens to reconnect with nature by learning about the ecological assets of their surrounding environment. Here is a sneak preview of the work in progress by photographer Michel Petillo in the Sonian Forest (Forêt de Soignes / Zoniënwoud) of Brussels:
Coming in Spring 2016 to Brussels, Revolve presents an exhibition of forest images in the European Quarter. Launching on March 21, the International Day of Forests and the first day of spring, the #ForestCityProject will go throughout the spring culminating on the World Environment Day on June 5, 2016.
March 21 – April 5
Esplanade of the European Parliament
April 5 – June 5
Square de Meeûs
A sneak preview of the exhibition cubes:
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