This looks like an ideal setting for a field trip, if you’re located in Upstate New York! Via dezeen.
Wild Walk is located within The Wild Center, a 32-hectare nature reserve operated by a non-profit organisation in the heart of the 2.5 million hectare Adirondack Park.
The design for the Wild Walk was developed by architect Charles P Reay, a former senior vice-president at American firm HOK, who is known for his work on the IBM Pavilion at the 1964 World’s Fair.
The Wild Center’s aim is to encourage people to explore and understand the natural environment of the Adirondacks through science-based experiences, exhibits and events.
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