Secret Rooftop Campsite Pops Up In Brooklyn

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Yeah, you could fill all rooftops in Brooklyn with urban farms, but that would be pretty boring.

So how about a campsite? This summer, a modular urban encampment popped up at a secret rooftop location in Brooklyn. Bivouac NYC, the brainchild of New York-based artist Thomas Stevenson, consists of seven specially designed shelters and a family-sized canteen, as well as other campsite features such as picnic furniture and a toilet, of course. The rooftop campsite also accommodates a little library inside the canteen.

There’s no electricity and no Internet — disconnecting is the new connecting! The skins of the campsite’s shelters are made of water-proof canvas, and wool felt sheets are used for the flooring. Every shelter fits two to three adults. Stevenson wants campers to change their routines by leading double lives, according to this Gothamist article.

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