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black sponge traveling sculptural space by DL atelier
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dec 19, 2012
black sponge traveling sculptural space by DL atelier



‘eyes closed’ traveling sculptural space by DL atelier

 

 

designed as a birthday gift by liu yang & xu dan of DL atelier for their two-year-old child,
‘eyes closed’ is conceived as black sponge house for the infant to find the world through
an exploration of the sculptural space. the installation was developed as a place to enjoy,
and conduct activities during leisure and play time.

 

 


interior context

 

 


textural sponge detail

 

 



 


children playing

 

 


get ready to start off

 

 


on the road

 

 


sitting inside

 

 


in the night

 

 


production

 

 


sky light

 

 


play

 

 

project credits:

 

collaborators: GVV, deng huahui

 

 

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