japanese architect makoto tanijiri of suppose design office  developed the designtide installation.

the 2.5 tons of unwoven cotton/polyester material used to make the cloud installation at designtide exhibition is being recycled. it will be heated, compressed and formed into suitcase wheels. designtide continues to make efforts to create installations that have minimal waste.

the installation, which was made out of cotton and polyester, created a cloud-like space that allowed visitors to wander around freely, enjoying works by over 60 groups of exhibiting designers.

cloud partitions by makoto tanijiri structureless architecture installation made out of unwoven fabric

cloud partitions by makoto tanijiri

cloud partitions by makoto tanijiri a view into the design tide exhibition

cloud partitions by makoto tanijiri clouds

cloud partitions by makoto tanijiri INVISTA supported the exhibition by providing the material

cloud partitions by makoto tanijiri cloud partitions that created booths