Plastic Bottle Cloud Represents One Hour Of Trash In NYC [Pics]

Plastic Bottle Cloud Represents One Hour Of Trash In NYC [Pics]
Design

Designed by STUDIOKCA, a pavilion made from over 53,000 recycled bottles was constructed on Governors Island as part of Figment NYC.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 june 2013

Designed by Brooklyn-based firm STUDIOKCA, a giant pavilion made out of thousands of plastic bottles was constructed on Governors Island as part of FIGMENT NYC.

Head in the Clouds‘ officially opened to the public over the weekend, built by the firm and more than 300 volunteers from the Emerging NY Architects Committee, the Structural Engineers Association of NY, and the FIGMENT arts organization, and from all over the city.

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