The architects of Bignatov Studios, a Bulgarian and NY-based team focusing on mobile architecture, recently created a striking art project engaging the community and visitors of Varna in Bulgaria. Together with 128 volunteers they gathered 6,000 used CD’s and mounted them onto a custom knitted fishing net at the entrance of the locally popular Seaside Garden, creating a lightweight reflective surface that moves with the breeze and enlivens its surroundings with color and motion. . The project titled "Mirror Culture" has been seen by over 50,000 visitors since its debut. “It was an incredibly exciting project for us - says Borislav Ignatov, "It was great to see the enthusiastic support from the community surpassing our bravest expectations and turning our ideas in reality quickly."
Find out more about the project here.
via [Creators Project] via [Archello]