Friday, July 17, 2015

A low-tech installation in Cahors, France
achieves a pretty impressive visual effect. The Festival
Juin Jardins Cahors 2015 brought cool art project to 25 open gardens around
Cahors, France, but only one of them ended up looking like the bikes from Tron
had driven through it. Paris architecture studio Atelier YokYok used some 48
miles of electric-blue thread to turn a build a set of intersecting tunnels in
the cloister of the 16th-century St. Stephen's Cathedral. The kind of
bleary, indistinct end result is like a craft-store hologram.
Atelier Yok Yok Arch-shaped frames at the
gardens' four corners are "linked to one another by a colourful woven
structure that performs with light and mystery, revealing a light,
dematerialised architecture," says the firm. The architects took down the
tunnels last weekend, but not before they were named one of the competitions
three winners. Check out the other entrants here. More good reads from
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project to 25 open gardens around Cahors, France, but only one of them ended
up looking like the bikes from Tron had driven through it.

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