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New Art on the Beltline That's Not "Art on the Beltline"

We’re between Art on the Beltline shows, but these newly-placed temporary installations will give you an amuse-bouche until the return of the main event. A team of senior architecture students at Georgia Tech put together their savvy brains and using only donated wood, basic hardware, and some advanced computer modeling created some outstanding studies on the “relationship between surface and structure.” In other words, get ready to see painted lumber in a whole new way. The works can be seen on the open segments of the BeltLine near West End, Ansley Mall, and Dekalb Avenue. [Atlanta Beltline Blog]