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"LUMINARIA," AN INFLATABLE STRUCTURE BY ARCHITECTS OF AIR

Architects of Air Experience Photos Visitors of the Architects of Air Experience will receive a different adventure once they enter this museum.

Amococo by Architects of Air. Massive inflatable sculpture for festivals and other events, where guests can wander through its labyrinthine halls.

Temporary – sometimes even transient – these 17 blow-up structures create enclosed event space where there was none, in public squares and gritty city corners.

Terapia Ocupacional Infantil

(Erneste Neto, There is Nothing Else to Be Seen, but the World Não há nada para ser visto, a não ser o mundo Initially I wanted to research interactive installation art pieces that I found particularly interesting that related to the subject of play.

Futuristic Inflatable Domes by Architects of Air. These sensational inflatable domes that resemble futuristic space stations are the creation of the Architects of Air, a company specialized in creating gigantic immersive sculptures.  “For almost a decade, the firm has been building these pneumatic neon Hobbit holes, mounting 500 installations in an astounding 37 countries.  Assembly of a luminarium can take about four hours and reach a size of up to 1,000 square meters.

Inflatable Domes By Architects Of Air, a company specializing in gigantic immersive sculptures. Assembly of a luminarium can take 4 hours & be sq.

Olafur Eliasson in Aarhus I had the privilege of walking through this a while ago.  It was indeed as if I were walking through a rainbow.   Transcendent experience.

Your Rainbow Panorama, a Rainbow-coloured glass walkway on the roof of the Danish art museum ARoS Aarhus Kuntsmuseum, by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. Opened 28 May,

Levity III

Descibed by one visitor as 'somewhere between a womb and a cathedral,' Luminaria is touring inflatable PVC structure by Architects of Air that has bee.

F.A.D.S. (FUJIKI ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO) Artificial Topography, 1,000 sheets of glued and carved soft plastic foam, at Kobe Biennale’s Art in a Container International Competition. Photography: Masahiro Hoshida

(Fujiki Architectural Design Studio): Artificial Topography, sheets of glued and carved soft plastic foam, at Kobe Biennale's Art in a Container International Competition.

Architects of Air build ‘luminaria’ - inflatable structures for the beauty of light and color.

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Architects of Air build ‘luminaria’ - inflatable structures for the beauty of light and color.

Luminaria art installation

97 Prismatic Polychromatic Products

Washington D.C.’s Hirshhorn Musuem and Sculpture Garden, part of the Smithsonian Institute, will soon get a stunning inflatable pavilion that will wrap around one side of the round building and balloon up from its ceiling. Architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Temporary – sometimes even transient – these 17 blow-up structures create enclosed event space where there was none, in public squares and gritty city corners.

sculptural textile

Zaha Hadid’s Billowing, Temporary Music Hall

The temporary installation was constructed using standard roof battens screwed together into 22 square frames and attached to the wooden walkway at an angle of 15° to one another. A hundred and fifty square metres of elastic, impregnated fabric was then stretched over this ingenious wooden structure.

The Very Fabric of Architecture: textile use in construction

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