Neon constructs a colourful cathedral in France that moves with the wind

British studio Neon has created a vibrant tent-like installation covered in wind-reactive inflatable pockets in the mountains of France. Titled Wind Cathedral, the site-specific artwork was created by Mark Nixon’s architecture and design practice for Horizons, an annual open-air exhibition in Massif du Sancy focusing on large installations. Located on a hill in the countryside of a small

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Walden Raft is a cabin offering seclusion in the middle of a French lake

This see-through floating hut designed by Elise Morin and Florent Albinet is modelled on the remote cabin built by American author Henry David Thoreau in the mid-19th century (+ slideshow). Morin and Albinet gave the Walden Raft walls and a pitched roof made up of sections of pine and acrylic glass, which are mounted on top of […]

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