These sheer threaded fabric homes are all part of the latest art collection 'Home within Home' by artist Do Ho Suh.
This Korean artist is showcasing his series of fabric homes at the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art where a series of homes he lived in before is replicated. His replicated homes takes inspiration from where he touch based while living in Seoul, New York and Berlin.
These skeletal homes delve into the idea of living in a space and developing the concept of what a home really is. One can see Suh's rendition of his New York-style home, which contrasts to the more Asian-influenced ones. These suspended obscure homes are so serene and heavenly that it makes one think about what a home entails.
Check out the 'Home within Home' collection by Do Ho Suh that runs until June 3.
Photo Credits: designboom, lehmannmaupin
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