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Studio Nomad won a design competition to design and create the temporary Mirage Pavilion. The art piece was constructed by hand and was built from over 1,200 pieces of reflective plastic. The diamond-shaped pieces were strung together by transparent cords and arranged in a chequered pattern to create simultaneous views of the reflected landscape and the real landscape.

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The Mirage Pavilion’s almost invisible appearance was inspired by the camouflage patterns used by WWII battleships. The installation piece measured over 80 feet long.

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