In New York City, the Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2012 showcases a spectacular and well-crafted suspended structure that makes art viewing a lot more interesting.
This large-scale art installation hovers over the Hazel and Robert H. Siegal gallery, which takes up more space, but offers plenty of art watching through its tubular design. It's created with cardboard and thin plywood, all of which are connected with 6,000 clippings that hold 2,400 triangle panels.
The design is strategically placed so viewers can peer through the tunnels to get a glimpse of art work on the other end. By looking through this interconnected tubular design, people are able to see the work of urban design and architecture from students over the past five years.
Photo Credits: designboom, ifud.org