Fans of innovative architecture will love this: as part of the REACTIVATE!! Exhibition in Valencia, Spain, two Barcelona-based Mexican architects have created a site-specific installation within the theme of ‘remodeled spaces and minimal interventions’.
Showing at the Espai a’Art Contemporani de Castelló, Patricia Meneses and Iván Juárez of ex studio, present another of their keynote installations, investigating and experimenting new ways of relating space with society.
Refugios Urbanos consists of six semi-transparent pods suspended in space by wires. Resembling alien-like cocoons we often associate with Sci-Fi movies, the structures are designed to hold a grown human, providing an alternative private space for reflection in a busy city.
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