It’s always interesting to see what different things people come up with for public art installations. Though it’s always something new and interesting– furniture is a constant eye pleaser when arranged in a unique way. A fun installation with the use of 400 chairs is set up in Atlanta, Georgia with plain wooden seats.
E/B Architecture‘s Yong Ju Lee and Brian Brush are the masterminds behind the SEAT art based concept of undulating chairs stacked up and worked into a wave formation across a large, green field of grass. Though it looks like they are all super strategically placed like a house of cards, these chairs have hidden bolts, screws and wires to hold the massive furniture sculpture in place.
Via: My Modern Met