A 90 Sq Ft Apartment Made With 25,000 Ping Pong Balls In NYC
Snarkitecture's Daniel Arsham has lined the walls in his tiny minimalistic loft space with the monochrome balls.
Daniel Arsham, a partner in the Brooklyn-based architecture firm Snarkitecture, has a tiny apartment that is entered by climbing a ladder in the firm’s employee bathroom.
The 90 square foot loft features pixelated walls made up of grey and white ping pong balls. 25,000 of them were treated with a fire retardant intumescent coating and used to line the walls. Co.Design reports that Arsham’s apartment was built in two months for less than $100 a square foot. Click through to see pictures of the minimalistic space:
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