In the fifth module, the Bandra Collective make use of FRP plants to distance people in public areas. Surfaces Reporter has covered each of the module presented by Bandra Collective in detail. You can check out all the other five modules links at the bottom of this post.
The use of basic, standard and available FRP planters can be used to distance people in public spaces, parks and promenades. This is a quick and sustainable option and it also promotes a green and healthy outdoor environment. These can also be used to increase pedestrian area / footpaths or promote cycle lanes by creating a barrier in the middle of a driving lane.
These planters are easily available in multiple sizes at economical rates. They can adapt to several seating options, and could also be placed strategically to avoid seat usage altogether.
Check out all six modules proposed by the Bandra Collective here:
Click each of the modules to know the possible locations where these modules can be used.
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