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Wed 9.11.

Invisible Border by Mad Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.11.2016

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

“Architects usually creates borders by defining spaces – what is inside and outside, what is nature and the artificial – but today’s society already has too many invisible borders. As architects we should instead focus on how can we blur those borders and encourage interaction across them” – Ma Yansong

 

The installation represents a sculptural gesture that is inserted to break the balance of the Cortile d’Onore and at the same time establish a new shelter, between the façade and the courtyard, for people to engage in discussions or just contemplate the sky through the canopy. The result is an installation, inspired by natural flow of wind and water, which extends the physical and conceptual threshold of a boarder.

 

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Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi

Invisible Border

Photographer: Moreno Maggi