An experimental greenhouse pops up at a busy Copenhagen intersection

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A surprising and experimental pocket of nature has popped up in the middle of a heavily trafficked intersection in Copenhagen, Denmark. Danish architect Simon Hjermid Jensen of SHJWorks recently unveiled “Biotope,” a sculptural pavilion that houses a microcosm of plants and insects. Sixty different seeds have been sown into the soil and a beehive has been attached inside the installation to foster a thriving and evolving ecosystem of activity for the enjoyment of passersby.

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