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Wonder Space by Toshiko Horiuchi
Yet another reason why, Japan is on the top of my travel list. Look at this amazing art instalation/ playground made of net. The knitted Wonder Space created by Toshiko Horiuchi.
The pavilion is located at the Hakone Open-Air Museum, a unique open musem located in one of the mist visited tourist spots in Japan. The idea is that children learn to explore, handle and play with works of art, rather than just looking at them, which should bring kids closer to art and inspire their creativity. In Japan, apparently many museum and art schools allov children to experience art hands-on, up close and in a personal way. This one, OMG, looks like so much fun and it looks beautiful as well, I would really like to there....
Woods of Net / Tezuka Architects / TIS & PARTNERS, photo by Abel Erazo
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