'green void' installation by LAVA in sydney, australia
 
'green void' installation by LAVA in sydney, australia
dec 22, 2008

'green void' installation by LAVA in sydney, australia

‘green void’ installation all images © peter murphy

international architectural firm laboratory for visionary architecture (LAVA) have created ‘green void’, an installation made from lycra. inspired by the shapes of plants and nature they created the 20 meter high site specific installation using the latest digital fabrication and engineering techniques. the five funnels of the sculpture reach out and connect to the five levels of the atrium in sydney’s customs house. projects by LAVA together with the installation will be on display until june 2009.

'green void' installation by LAVA in sydney, australia ‘green void’ – made from only 40kg of material

'green void' installation by LAVA in sydney, australia ‘green void’ – view from above'green void' installation by LAVA in sydney, australia ‘green void’

more: http://www.l-a-v-a.net http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

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