Was interviewed yesterday by journalist Birgit Rieger for a paper in Berlin and a magazine in Barcelona – nothing like a two-for-one interview. We were discussing guerrilla design (of course) and its role in contemporary urbanism when she mentioned an intervention she came across recently in Berlin. Following the interview she was kind enough to send me an image of it (above). I love this piece and felt like sharing it – I’m particularly impressed that it has been designed to function in its three different states. Reminds me a lot of Arno Piroud’s work. [Photo by Birgit Rieger. Location: Karl-Marx-Allee in Mitte.] Thanks Birgit.