Designer Tetsuo Kondo constructed an experimental architectural piece for Architecture Biennale entitled 'Cloudscapes.' This building is modernly designed but with a new sky-like twist: he associated dense fog with three different pressures of air to condone a cloudy atmosphere.
Kondo collaborated with a climate engineering firm called Transsolar to offer 'Cloudscapes' a different experience; passers by are able to touch the clouds, ensuring a memorable event for everyone this year at Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy.
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