Floating museum on The Functionality

Captivating project spotted at The Functionality on Tomás Sarceno at the Walker Art Center.

32SW stay green/Flying Garden/Air-Port-City (2007), consists of inflatable, self-sustainable spheres, which sustain the growth of grass through irrigation powered by solar panels that capture energy from existing light sources.

32SW stay green/Flying Garden/Air-Port-City (2007), consists of inflatable, self-sustainable spheres, which sustain the growth of grass through irrigation powered by solar panels that capture energy from existing light sources.

Floating museum – Day to day – The Functionality. Will make note of it and add it to sources related to a previous post here, Architecture Imagined as Ecological. Am reminded of the careers of people like Allora y Calzadilla, and Mark Dion.

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