Snarkitecture's Black and White Designs

To enter his loft apartment, designer Daniel Arsham climbs a ladder through Snarkitecture's office bathroom.

A temporary retail installation created under High Line Park.
Curtain is an "architectural intervention" into the lobby of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center in Miami.
The stadium’s orange bleachers and the enormous sign reading “MIAMI ORANGE BOWL” are the basis of the commemorative marker for the new Florida Marlins Ballpark.
A flexible event space in Miami.
Fountain / Fall are public art installations imagined for New York. "Tens of thousands of balls pour or emerge from typically unnoticed sources such as a glass skylight, a plaza fountain, an open window, or a mechanical vent."
Sited across from its water-filled counterpart, "Fountain is an intervention that replaces the water of a plaza fountain with a seemingly undisturbed pool of balls. Once every minute or two, the pool appears to drift upwards at its center, the balls moving vertically to create a levitating, floating cloud. Just as suddenly, the fountain collapses and the balls return to a position of rest."

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