7. Carnegie Museum of Art “Lozziwurm”
Certainly, we’re not the only ones reminiscing on the carefree days of childhood. Last year, the Carnegie Museum of Art inaugurated the “Lozziwurm” into their facility. Swizz artist Yvan Pestalozzi designed the art installation in 1972, using a similar design as the many climbable park structures of our past. The Lozziwurm primarily was inducted into the museum as a look at the concept of play as the foundation of thinking, making and experimentation. There may be something to that theory since every little turn in those tubes seemed to last forever, and turned complete strangers into park pals. It may not have always been called the “Lozziwurm” where you’re from, but everyone’s familiar with the general idea of the swirly tube.