If you like lounging in hammocks, then you will absolutely love the WHITE Installation. Created by a 20 student collective over a 5 day period, the project is essentially one massive hammock.
Built in a California gallery space spanning 416 square meters, the students utilized just under 7,500 square meters of plastic sheeting to create the fully climbable hammock. Plastic was used in the installation over several other material choices because of its strength, flexibility, and economic viability. “We wanted to create a continuous surface that would bring spatial interest and social interaction to the gallery. The woven installation is a solution to providing students and faculty a setting to not only read about our projects, but also to enjoy the space.”