The VoltaDom is a Large, Alien-Inspired Art Piece

By: Yanis Rudzitis - Published: Feb 25, 2011   Updated: Apr 1 2011 • References: & triangulationblog
VoltaDom is the latest installation made by architect, designer and computer scientist Skylar Tibbits. This alien-like creation draws inspiration from vaulted ceilings of historic cathedrals.

Built in the corridor of the MIT campus, this installation can be seen from inside and outside, creating really spectacular views. The VoltaDom's strange forms look like they are from some futuristic sci-fi galaxy.

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