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LOS ANGELES’ BLACK HOLE
Posted By Jill Fehrenbacher On July 13, 2005 @ 3:51 am In Architecture,Art | 4 Comments
You could argue it’s astrophysically impossible to have a black hole within a black hole (we kid, we kid, LA peeps). Nonetheless, architects Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues (from Materials & Applications ) have managed to reconstruct a featherweight rendition of “the deadliest force in the Universe” as a shade structure which hovers over M&A’s office on Silverlake blvd in Los Angeles. The shiny Mylar vortex has been slowing down traffic in front of 1619 Silverlake Blvd, as passersby stop to get a better look.
This looks very cool, and I wish I were in LA to see it for myself. The installation is only up until November 26th, so check it out if you live in the area.
More information is available at the M&A website: www.emanate.org 
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