j. mayer h. architects: beat.wave at the burning man festival 2011
‘beat.wave’ by j. mayer h. architects located in black rock city, nevada images © j. mayer h. architects
german practice j. mayer h. architects is the creator of the portal to this year’s burning man festival located in black rock city, nevada. the event features work from a variety of artists sited within the desert and upon its conclusion, installations are removed overnight leaving no trace of human existence. initially featured at PULSE Miami 2007, the installation will resurface in the black rock desert. the eleven foot high undulating arch will announce the main entrance welcoming the tens of thousands of expected visitors.
the sculptural piece may be located in any environment
placed within an urban setting
a seat wall is integrated into the form
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