Public Drawing – Illegal Fireplace North
- The forest north-west of the ETH Hönggerberg Campus, where the "Illegal Fireplace North" is located, is a theatre where various actors come together and contribute to form the actual image of the forest.
- The latter is a natural habitat for a variety of animals and plants. Furthermore, the presence of water, a hut and other open recreational spaces makes the place popular among different user-groups, such as families, elderly people and children. The range of leisure activities in the area vary from walking and running to horse riding and barbecuing
- The "Illegal Fireplace North", still in use today, was built six years ago by a kindergarten class on a slightly raised terrain, which is charactensed by spruce and silver fir trees implanted during the '80s for wood production purposes.