Interactive Architectural Installation Transforms D.C.’s National Building Museum into a Gigantic Ball Pit

Brooklyn-based studio Snarkitecture, is a collaborative and experimental practice operating in territories between art and architecture. Their latest project, created in collaboration with the National Building Museum, is an interactive architectural installation that brings the quintessential summer experience of going to the beach to downtown Washington, D.C. Spanning across the Museum’s Great Hall, "The BEACH" was built using standard construction materials like scaffolding, drywall, and mirrors to create the enclosure that leads to an ocean of 750,000 recyclable plastic balls. Visitors are welcome to explore, play and "swim" in a fully immersive and unique setting.

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via [designboom]