Gallery: Denmark’s EKKO Pavilion Records the Voices and Footsteps of Vi...

 
Aside from a sound installation, EKKO also interacts directly with the sun. Since the 200 wooden frames are each set apart, the sun has varying effects during the day, throwing a lattice work of shadows on the site, while also filtering light in different effects. From afar, the slats cause a vibrating edge effect, looking almost static to the naked eye.

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