Summer Igloo was an cradle to cradle pavilion built at the 2014 C!here Art Crawl in Beijing. The idea is to build a small intimate space with in a large public area. Using a normal every day object in this case the inflatable pool toys, to create a geodesic dome. The pavilion becomes a small happy playful space with in the large housing developments of Beijing. Inviting people to come inside and see a new perspective of the surroundings. After the event all the Inflatable pool toys were donated to a charity for local children to enjoy.
Rebuilt as a series of four color coordinated igloos for the Boston PlayDay 2015. Each igloo was arranged at the Lawn on D to become a small intimate playhouse. At the end of the event the igloos were dismantled and the toys were given to each of the visitors of the event to take home.
- Client: 2014 C!here Art Crawl in Beijing
- Category: Installation