Gallery: BIG’s Bubbly Cloudscape for PS1 Can Be Recycled as Messenger B...

 

New York‘s P.S.1 gallery is gearing up for it’s annual Warm Up music festival with a competition to select the outdoor pavilion design that will be the icing on a cake filled with art, tunes and great company. While they did not win this year, BIG Architects definitely brought their A-game. They envisioned the modern museum’s courtyard as a bubbly cloudscape made of recycled PVC that could even be re-recycled into limited edition messenger bags to commemorate the event! While we’re sad that they didn’t win, we love their ideas – read on to see how they planned to turn this lofty summer paradise into a sustainable reality.

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  1. A Metallic Solar Powere... July 27, 2010 at 8:11 pm

    […] to a sort of second artificial landscape. Lakes, greenery and wetlands will blanket the top of the cloud, all hovering high above the ground. The roof will also house an array of solar panels, which will […]

  2. copycats February 16, 2010 at 5:17 pm

    Tomás Saraceno exhibited at the National Gallery in Denmark when this was produced…

  3. dieWerkBank.com February 11, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    reminds to”soap opera” an installation at the Ruhr2010 – check out the link below
    http://diewerkbank.com/2010/01/27/soap-opera-____________________/

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