Goodbye mushroom stools, Mikado wooden benches, and yellow beacons … the city of Paris responds to the #saccageparis controversy

Goodbye mushroom stools, Mikado wooden benches, and yellow beacons … the city of Paris responds to the #saccageparis controversy
Goodbye mushroom stools, Mikado wooden benches, and yellow beacons … the city of Paris responds to the #saccageparis controversy
saccageparis controversy – archyworldys

Sustainability of the 60 km of coronapists, removal of mushroom stools and decluttering of public space are the main lines of the “new Parisian aesthetic” announced this Monday by Emmanuel Grégoire (PS), first deputy. A first response to saccageparis.

Rue de Rivoli (Ier), May 10, 2021. No more coronapist with yellow markers!
Rue de Rivoli (Ier), May 10, 2021. No more coronapist with yellow markers! “This summer, we are going to install very discreet dividers in light granite,” announces Anne Hidalgo’s first deputy, Emmanuel Grégoire (PS), in charge of town planning. LP / Olivier Corsan

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Goodbye mushroom stools Mikado wooden benches yellow beacons city Paris responds saccageparis controversy

 
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