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170 foot long trampoline track in a Russian forest

If you could make the drive to work a thing of the past by jumping your way along a massive trampoline, you’d do it, right? Salto Architects decided it’d be a damn good idea to try out, installing a 170 foot long trampoline track in a Russian forest. The brains behind the design had a bigger plan that just installing a whole heap of fun, though. Renowned for blurring the different levels of architecture, Salto set out to challenge the concept of infrastructure that shows an ignorance to its surroundings. They wanted to evoke a conversation; new thoughts about the way we move. Bigger-picture-thinking, lawsuits and insurance aside, I’m sold on the whole ‘hop, skip and a jump’ thing.

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