(Pics) Clouds As Architecture

(Pics) Clouds As Architecture

Tetsuo Kondo and climate engineering firm Transsolar have created a remarkable piece for the Architecture Biennale in Venice.

Naresh Kumar
  • 21 september 2010

One of the highlights of the Architecture Biennale currently running in Venice is architect Tetsuo Kondo’s creation, Cloudscapes. For his work, Kondo teamed up with climate engineering firm Transsolar and filled a long enclosed space with clouds which could be experienced and touched by visitors. Transsolar pumped 3 layers of air in the room to keep the clouds floating and formed a dense fog for a realistic feel.

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