500 Plastic Chairs Used To Create A Recyclable Pavilion

500 Plastic Chairs Used To Create A Recyclable Pavilion

Design agency CODA built a grandoise art piece from simple lawn furniture

Jiwon Kim
  • 25 october 2016

If contemporary and modern art has taught us anything, it is that art can be created from the most unexpected things. In this case, design agency CODA created Urchin, a pavilion that is purely comprised of hundreds of white plastic chairs. Placed on Cornell University’s campus, the agency filmed the production of the piece to give viewers a better understanding of how it was built.

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