There is a small public park off the square in Lewisburg, TN that was constructed out of negative space. There used to be a building there. I don’t know the history of what was there, and why it was destroyed. Usually businesses go out of business and then someone buys the building and starts another business. Perhaps there was a fire?
Whatever the reason, it is a very interesting use of space to make a public park in between buildings, in a place where most people would see it as wasted space or a place to rebuild. It is nice that this is open to the public for free, any time.
Here is a view of it before you enter.
Here is one from the side.
From the side, with an emphasis on the immense wall or gate that frames the park.
This is who made the entrance.
There are inspirational signs around the park. I wonder how they decided upon which quotes would be included?
A view of one of the benches, showing the small yard.
There is brickwork on the ground towards the back, but I was fascinated by the crumbled bit.
A wall is stair-stepped brick.
The wall has a lot of interesting nooks and crannies.
There is a long wooden structure, perhaps a shed, in the back. It is perhaps four feet deep, and maybe seven feet high.
It has a door to the far right.
I wonder who has the key to this lock, and what is inside?
A view of one of the support posts.
The commemorative sign.
I do wonder, since it is a public park, if they thought about the fact that not everybody celebrates Christmas? Do they have decorations for other religious holidays?