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The Beach installation by Snarkitecture

Snarkitecture creates a "beach" within Washington DC museum

The Beach from above, seen behind a model of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)'s MAZE;—last summer's installation at the museum.

The installation opens to the public this weekend at Washington, D.'s National Building Museum.

The Building Museum's "Beach" Is as Fun and Ridiculous as It Sounds | Washingtonian

The Building Museum's "Beach" Is as Fun and Ridiculous as It Sounds

Playful Installation Welcomes Visitors to Swim in an Ocean of 1 Million Plastic Balls - My Modern Met

20 ans colette : une piscine à balles géante ! | MilK

20 ans colette : une piscine à balles géante !

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AUST-Sydney-The Beach at the Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve - Sydney Festival 2017

Plongez dans une piscine à boules géante pour les 20 ans de Colette - Creators

Plongez dans une piscine à boules géante pour les 20 ans de Colette

The Beach by Snarkitecture, an art installation at the National Building Museum in Washington DC.

"Fantasy Island": Valerie Weigmann by Roy Macam for Preview Magazine

lovely teal, aqua, turquoise pinwheels on beach. Love the floppy hat with the aqua swimsuit

The Beach installation by Snarkitecture  plastic balla in the hall to stimulate the sensation of swimming

Snarkitecture creates a "beach" within Washington DC museum

A Square Foot Ball Pit Situated Within a National Museum Lets Visitors Experience the Beach Indoors — Photo by Noah Kalina

INVASIONS // CHARLES PÉTILLON // 2015 | @bingbangnyc

Invasions by Charles Pétillon

Invasions - Charles Pétillon, An art installation with white balloons invading public space. A weird balloon cloud passes through a white painted basketball hoop.

The New Museum: A playground! via A Cop of Jo | Carston Holler: Experience #ArtAroundTown

" Carston Höller: Experience, which has transformed the museum into a grown-up playground. First, we rode a mirrored carousel, where you sit on swings and rotate slowly, while listening to actual birds singing.

World Tree is a 2012 land art installation by Hungarian artist Krisztián Balogh. Dug into the ground like a network of roots or tree branches, the piece measures nearly 32 feet (10m) across and has the uncanny perfection of a digital rendering, though it’s most certainly a physical artwork.

World Tree: A Branching River Etched into the Ground by Krisztián Balogh

Curtis Jere "Birds in Flight" Wall Sculpture image 3

Curtis Jere "Birds in Flight" Wall Sculpture