Reframe for the 2012 Festival of Lively Architecture is Cube-Shaped

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Jul 31, 2012 • References: festivaldesarchitecturesvives & booooooom
Reframe for the 2012 Festival of Lively Architecture was created by artists Adam Scales, Pierre Berthelomeau and Paul Van Den Berg. This unique creation has a 3-dimensional effect that resembles the entrance to a portal.

This structure was constructed from sheets of polycarbonate, and it resembles different objects depending on the angle it is looked at. From above, the structure looks like a cube, but from the side it looks like an optical illusion of a portal gateway.

The Festival of Lively Architecture features artworks, structures and raises awareness of a younger generation of architects, landscape artists and urban planners. This five-day festival takes place in the south of France in Montpellier, and every year, 10 teams are chosen to apply for architectural universities and schools in Europe. Stats for 3D Polycarbonate Portals Trending: Older & Mild
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