From our dear friends at RenoCyclage in Montreal.
The city of Aberdeen, located in Washington state, demonstrated an uncommon creativity in renovating the intersection of North Park and Simpson Ave, which was until recently nothing but a dusty and soulless asphalt space. The people in charge pf the project chose to incorporate stones taken from the façade of a heritage building recently demolished downtown. These are now a part of the identity as well as acting as an acoustic shield for the neighboring houses. Bravo Aberdeen and may all municipalities show such originality in their efforts to beautify the urban environment and preserve its memory!
via Timeline Photos.