by Joe Quirke

Five decommissioned oil tanks set in an abandoned airport have been transformed into an “urban art park” in Shanghai, to a design by New York headquartered OPEN Architecture.

Located along the Huangpu River, Longhua airport was once the largest in east Asia, and has now been repurposed to create various art zones, such as “Super-Surface”, “Urban Forest”, and “The Plazas”…

Reblogged from Global Construction Review

Image courtesy of OPEN Architecture