Exterior The installation consists of three transparent sculptures inspired by Neoclassical and Baroque architecture, all with identical shapes but different sizes, positioned on an axis and measuring 36, 54 and 72 feet in height, respectively. “Etherea” follows a growing experiential path where architecture becomes a tool and place for contemplation, a dedicated space where the sky and clouds are narrated through the language of classical architecture. The transparent wire mesh creates an optical effect made of perspectives and dimensional relationships is generated by the passage through the three sculptures and measuring scales, which either amplifies or reduces the distance between man and sky.  Photo 5 of 6 in Design Digest: Zaha Hadid, Chinese Ruins, a COS Installation, and More

Design Digest: Zaha Hadid, Chinese Ruins, a COS Installation, and More5 of 6

The installation consists of three transparent sculptures inspired by Neoclassical and Baroque architecture, all with identical shapes but different sizes, positioned on an axis and measuring 36, 54, and 72 feet in height, respectively. The transparent wire mesh creates an optical effect composed of perspectives and dimensional relationships. 

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