The JDS Architects's Entry for the 'Contemplating the Void' Exhibition

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 9, 2010 • References: jdsarchitects & gizmodo
Sadly, the ‘Contemplating the Void’ JDS Architects’s submission for the Guggenheim Museum’s open space inside the famous Frank Lloyd Wright’s building will probably not see the light of day, but it was a fun concept while it lasted.

A spiraling net of awesomeness, the ‘Contemplating the Void’ JDS Architects’s entry has a few worrying details—namely, the fact that you can actually slide down it. Ah well, maybe it could be used for something else. Stats for Orange Peel Trampolines Trending: Older & Chilly
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