French conceptual artist Daniel Buren has created an installation entitled 'Une Pause Coloree' that features a kaleidoscope design.
The artist is known for his vivid and multicolored creations and this installation in Paris' Le Bristol hotel is no different. While the city of love is known for its classical and gothic architecture, this design throws a dent in that fact. The kaleidoscope design was built around and on top of the pavilion in the hotel garden and is a bold choice given its diversion from the surrounding architecture and the general historical value and emphasis on subtle that Parisians tend to place on their architecture.
The multicolored panels and the effects they have on the surrounding area when the sun shines through them is truly breathtaking and a bold addition to a central hotel.
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