Giant Inflatable Balloons Transform Interior Spaces into Otherwordly…

PeniqueProductions_color-Inflatables-fill-structures-erected-by-others, Spanish art collective, cool colorful installations

nflatable Architecture by Penique Productions

Penique Productions has come up with an incredible installation, using massive balloons that take over the entire space of a room. The balloons 'press up a

jellyfish pavilions Pavilions, Booths & Exhibits are all temporary, so should be made from materials that won’t go to a landfill. At the same time, they need to be solid, durable, lightweight and collapsible. http://blog.laqfoil.com/?p=963

jellyfish pavilions Pavilions, Booths & Exhibits are all temporary, so…

Massive plastic balloons inflate building interiors, by Barcelona-based art collective Penique Productions.

Palo Alto by Penique productionsBarcelona, SpainJune of 201130 x 15 x 5 m

Giant Inflatable Balloons Transform Interior Spaces into Otherwordly Environments

Giant Inflatable Balloons Transform Interior Spaces into Otherwordly Environments

Penique Productions - Giant Inflatable Balloons Transform Interior Spaces into Otherwordly Environments installation architecture

El Sótano de la Tabacalera, 2011, Madrid, Spain.

El Sótano de la Tabacalera, 2011, Madrid, Spain.

"Multiverse" by Leo Villareal  http://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/villarealinfo.shtm

"Multiverse", the largest and most complex light sculpture created by American artist Leo Villareal, may be seen and experienced by visitors as they pass through the Concourse walkway between the East and West Buildings of the National Gallery of Art.

Penique Productions - Galeria del Paranimf

Penique Productions - Galeria del Paranimf

Forat de l'Escala, 2010, Barcelona, Spain.

Unusual Interaction of Polyethylene balloons and Architecture - Installations by Penique productions

In a fundamental sense, all theatre design is an attempt to risk the void, taking the void to mean “the space waiting for creation, for solution” (as designer Sean Breaugh puts it in his Introduction to this full-colour catalogue of Cameron Porteous’s extraordinary scenography for a touring exhibition of his work last year).

In a fundamental sense, all theatre design is an attempt to risk the void, taking the void to mean “the space waiting for creation, for solution” (as designer Sean Breaugh puts it in his Introduction to this full-colour catalogue of Cameron Porteous’s extraordinary scenography for a touring exhibition of his work last year).

PeniqueProductions_color-Inflatables-fill-structures-erected-by-others, Spanish art collective, cool colorful installations

freundevonfreunden: “ HUH Magazine - Plastic Rooms by Penique Productions The Spanish art collective Penique Productions produce work all centered around the same idea - entirely lining various rooms.

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