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The Loopcamp by Malka Architecture Creates Sound With Wind Power

 - Feb 1, 2013
References: stephanemalka & frameweb
The Loopcamp by Malka Architecture is a musical shelter composed of multiple cylindrical forms. The circular architectural piece is a minimalist and modern take on ethnic shelters built in dry desert regions all over the world.

The art installation is constructed of countless paper pipes, each a different length and width. Showcased at the Burning Man Festival, the piece by architect Stephane Malka is meant to resemble a spontaneous city that encourages a community of individuals to come together as one.

The Loopcamp by Malka Architecture is a musical shelter that creates sound with the help of wind energy. As winds grow stronger, the structure's many cylindrical tubes allow for a spectrum of changing sounds joined to form an ambiguous melody.