A 20-Foot-High Pavilion Made Entirely Of Stacked Chairs
Hokkaido-born Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamada created an awe-inspiring 20-foot-high domed pavilion for Abu Dhabi’s biennale last year, which is constructed by stacking hundreds of assorted chairs on top of one another.
Named “Chairs For Abu Dhabi”, the unique structure—intended as a resting space for the biennale’s visitors—took five days to complete and is made of all kinds of seats, including armchairs, sofas, benches and stools.
With openings on its sides, people were invited to enter the pavilion to rest their tired feet on one of the comfortable seats inside—it was a popular meeting place during the event.
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