The California Polytechnic State 'WHITE' Project is For Lazy Loungers

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: • References: designrulz & notcot.org
The California Polytechnic State 'WHITE' project seems like it would be the perfect design idea for a lazy Sunday party. It is a gigantic hammock made from cut-up plastic that was turned into prefabricated panels and then put into a 416 square-foot gallery. It covers the entire area.

It looks like the web of the gargantuan spider from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, but it is much more welcoming and doesn't have the looming danger of being eaten alive. The project aimed to create a continuous surface that could get audiences to see space in a different perspective and also provide some fun on campus. Students can sit around, or take a chance and move around too. This project really opens up doors to interior design that could be revolutionary. Stats for Hulk-Sized Hammocks Trending: Older & Warm
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