Leviathan In Bruges

The New York City-based architecture and design group STUDIOKCA transformed more than four tons of plastic waste recovered from the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii into a four-story sculpture of a whale. The recycled leviathan was then installed in a picturesque canal in Bruges, Belgium.

The Skyscraper (Bruges Whale) project was created for the 2018 Bruges Triennale to raise awareness about marine pollution around the world. The whale, along with the rest of the Triennale “Liquid City” ,installations will be on view until September 16, 2018.

 

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One Response to Leviathan In Bruges

  1. roos says:

    it is beautiful and ugly at the same time

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