Hello Stranger!

‘Hello Stranger’ is a collection of interactive public objects that clamp to existing infrastructure. Fences, benches, lamp posts and railings. Unlike typical municipal furniture these objects are flexible, tactile and playful. The objects are also open to a degree of interpretation. But whether they are used to ‘frame’ an impromptu photo opportunity or to create and highlight points of focus in the landscape, the ultimate purpose of the objects is to get people talking.

Designer: Michael Antrobus

Hello Stranger Installation by Michael Antrobus





  • paul says:

    very interesting but the last picture is abit scary tho 🙂

  • Kenny says:

    I designed a very similar project for London 2 years ago!!!

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