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Snarkitecture fills giant steel cage with bouncy balls in Hong Kong

For its first installation exhibited in Hong Kong, New York-based collaborative and design studio Snarkitecture has filled a giant steel cage with hundreds of white bouncy balls at Harbour City.
Image courtesy of Snarkitecture

Creating a new sense of play and interactivity, Snarkitecture's installation provides a new "open space" for children and adults. Developed in collaboration with Harbour City, the installation opened on 10 August and will be on view till 2 September 2018. Visitors can enter the world of bouncy balls and take photos of the special design and installation.

Image courtesy of Snarkitecture

Named Bounce, the installation is filled with hundreds of white bouncy balls, each of which is enlarged 300% and placed in a giant white-coloured steel cage.

Snarkitecture is best known for its "playful" installations, blurring the "boundaries between art and architecture".

Image courtesy of Snarkitecture

Article originally published on World Architecture Community.
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