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A Beautiful Structure Fashioned From Eco-Friendly Boards Set To Be Displayed At MoMA PS1


CODA architecture has conceptualized a beautiful structure made from eco-friendly skateboards, and will be unveiled in June at MoMA PS1 in Queens, NYC. The structure features various water ballasts, platforms, and pools. Fittingly, the versatile functions of the installation has landed it the name "Party Wall."

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  • FilmThisTrick

    It's a little bit of both. Comet Skateboards, an east coast board manufacturer, donated the wood to CODA architecture, which was the leftover scrap wood from the manufacturing process. Also, the brand deliberately moved closer to the trees that constitute their decks, decreasing the mileage that the wood travels. Comet works together with their wood suppliers to ensure that proper cutting techniques are used and uses formaldehyde-free glue on their boards.

  • Yasha Wallin

    Looks amazing. I'm curious what constitutes an"eco-friendly board? Or is it just that it will be made from old/recycled skateboards?

    • FilmThisTrick

      just realized we should have replied here as well whoops! :D