Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto recently unveiled this creative household art installation showcasing everyday objects. The display consumes an entire room filled with wooden high-rise tables to display delicately placed objects.
The installation features random and highly recognizable items such as chips, ping pong balls and staples. Each table has a small surface area, which highlights the objects on top. The items are placed in intricately stacked arrangements. This presentation allows viewers to walk around the room an make overlooked connections to objects that are seen on a daily basis.
This unique household art installation is referred to by Fujimoto as "found architecture."The exhibition, which is titled 'Architecture is Everywhere' is currently on display and will run until January 3rd, 2016.