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It would have grass, plants, a rail around it and stairs
up. It would accommodate just a couple of people at a
and be perfect to eat a picnic lunch in right there in
downtown Manhattan. Might need to charge to keep
from hogging them though.
Take your shoes off, run
them through the grass and
coffee break before you get back to your hectic job.
Then get out because the sprinklers water the grass
|I like it. Sort of a Crow's Nest Park. With spiral staircases leading up to the platform the poles could be very attractive, might even be more stable in windy conditions, and would allow the user to easily access the raised vantage point while carrying a cup of hot coffee.
|I don't think you want to do this with EACH pole or
there'd be a lot of overhead structures but I think
one or two in each city block would be nice.
|//(pssst! sp.: "picnic")//
|//one or two in each city block would be nice.//
|In that case maybe you could do multiple decks of 3