Pallet Sculpture on display again at the Verge Festival – University of Sydney

An urban sculpture constructed of 100 timber pallets supplied by Pace Pallet Services – last seen at the Vivid Sydney Festival 2012 – has again appeared at Sydney University’s Verge Festival.

Pallete Of Urban Green, designed by acclaimed young designer William Chan, is located in front of the Sydney Law School for the 10 day festival of the arts and comedy. The Sydney University Dramatic Society performed A Tree Ascending alongside the sculpture which is very apt considering that William designed it to represent trees rising from the ground to form structures quite similar to high rise buildings.

Pace Pallet Services built the pallets from timber sourced from Australian pine plantations which comply to regeneration and sustainability. The “public art and energy efficient light installation” project will remain at the university until mid-October.

Pace Pallet Services Managing Director Michael Mourad is glad to see the sculpture bring delight to more people. It was constantly surrounded by eager photographers when it was on display at The Rocks earlier this year.

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