Monday, 3 March 2014

Sensing spaces (part 2)

To follow on from Saturday's post:
The quite imposing Blue Pavillion by Pezo von Ellrichshausen from Chile. Each of the columns houses a staircase to go up to the platform and experience the structure from another angle. And you get to see some beautiful features of the Royal Academy:

Then there is the dark room sculpture by Kengo Kuma. Thin bamboo sticks taped together at various points and illuminated from below.

And last in my series and my favourite, the Maze and Zen Garden by Li Xiadong, made out of Hazel sticks and acrylic LED panels:

Hope you are having a good start to the week. xx

(photos my own, Royal Academy)

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