To expand its artistic vision and open up a discourse about the transition from the traditional to the contemporary, Spanish Studio SelgasCano installed an immersive floating pavilion in Bruges, Belgium. Situated in the Coupure Canal, the artwork embraces the city's historic value, while simultaneously engages the public.
The vibrant floating pavilion is constructed with a steel skeleton that is wrapped with transparent fluorescent pink-orange vinyl. The installation does not only offer a place for the community to gather but is also a likely setting for professional or amateur photoshoots. Its fluid form symbolically instills a dynamic sense between old and new, signifying the transition of Bruges into the modern world via a floating pavilion that does not compromise its history.
Photo Credits: Iwaan Baan
SelgaScano Designed an Inspiring, Community-Centric Installation
1. Immersive Installations - Creating immersive installations that engage the public and spark discourse about the transition from traditional to contemporary.
2. Transparent Vinyl - Exploring the use of transparent vinyl as a material to create vibrant and visually striking structures.
3. Dynamic Symbolism - Using fluid and dynamic forms to symbolize the transition and harmony between old and new.
1. Art and Design - Artists and designers can leverage immersive installations and dynamic symbolism to create thought-provoking artworks.
2. Architecture - Architects can innovate by exploring the use of transparent vinyl as a material in their building designs for visually striking structures.
3. Photography - Photographers can take advantage of unique installations like the fluorescent floating pavilion as captivating backdrops for professional or amateur photoshoots.