‘Nomadic House’ by Sou Fujimoto at Les Jardins des Tuileries

‘Nomadic House’ by Sou Fujimoto at Les Jardins des Tuileries

Japan’s Sou Fujimoto striking plant-infused installation at the FIAC art fair located in the Jardins des Tuileries.

BY BEA MARTIN

 

Many Small Cubes is composed of metal boxes filled with plants and trees.

Nomadic House by Sou Fujimoto | ©BG-Martin 2014

At night, the floating cubes light up in a mesmerizing display reminiscent of your old screen saver.

Nomadic House by Sou Fujimoto | ©BG-Martin 2014

Part architectural intervention and part art installation, the temporary sculpture is meant to serve as a nomadic house and we hope that the local birds and bees make their home here while they can.

Nomadic House by Sou Fujimoto | ©BG-Martin 2014
Nomadic House by Sou Fujimoto | ©BG-Martin 2014
Nomadic House by Sou Fujimoto | ©BG-Martin 2014

 

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Photography by Bea Martin | ©BG-Martin 2014

 

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