How great is the use of colour at GASP in Tasmania - GASP is the Glenorchy Art and Sculture Park, set on approximately 9 hectares of public land on the shores of Elwick Bay. GASP! aims to boldly position itself as a place for contemporary site‐specific outdoor arts.
The bridge is colourful and vibrant and sits in this stunning landscape. It was created by Room 11 Architects and was included in this years Dulux Colour Awards, winning the commercial exterior category.
Its on my list of places to visit when I get a chance to go to Tassie.