Bushwaffle Tour with Rebar

Rebar hosts a public tour with Bushwaffle, a modular inflatable outdoor furniture piece, demonstrating the power of Bushwaffle to soften any urban surface and provide space for freedom and play.

bushwaffle_bowl.pngFun with Bushwaffle!

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