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Repurposed traffic barrels reactivate a forgotten public space in El Paso

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 23, 2015 01:03 AM
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by agencyttu last modified Dec 22, 2015

Architects Ersela Kripa and Stephen Mueller, partners at AGENCY, have teamed up with a group of Texas Tech University architecture students to design FLASH INSTALLATION, a pop-up architectural installation made from repurposed traffic barrels. Threaded together, the suspended barrels create a ‘barrel cloud’ that sways en masse, creating patterns of light and shadow. The creative project helped reactivate the underused canopy and parking lot into an engaging public space. The project,...




 

 

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Architects Ersela Kripa and Stephen Mueller, partners at AGENCY, have teamed up with a group of Texas Tech University architecture students to design FLASH INSTALLATION, a pop-up architectural installation made from repurposed traffic barrels. Threaded together, the suspended barrels create a ‘barrel cloud’ that sways en masse, creating patterns of light and shadow. The creative project helped reactivate the underused canopy and parking lot into an engaging public space.

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