This Temporary Bubble-like Structure Was Built For A Dutch Festival

Plastique Fantastique have designed this mobile bubble-like structure that was created for the LOUD SHADOWS project at the Oerol Festival in The Netherlands.

 

Plastique Fantastique designed this mobile bubble-like structure that was created for the LOUD SHADOWS project at the Oerol Festival in The Netherlands.

Created as a joint project of between Kate Moore, The Stolz, LeineRoebana and Plastique Fantastique, the mostly transparent structure is in direct contact with the surrounding environment and provides a slightly altered view of the outside, challenging the perception of time.

 

Plastique Fantastique have designed this mobile bubble-like structure that was created for the LOUD SHADOWS project at the Oerol Festival in The Netherlands.


Leading to the second structure, a white enclosed circular path with large window panels allows spectators to view the outdoor portion of the structure, where more of the project is performed.


Plastique Fantastique have designed this mobile bubble-like structure that was created for the LOUD SHADOWS project at the Oerol Festival in The Netherlands.


The last dome structure is frosted white, which creates hazy views of the outdoor landscape. Providing a unique twist for acoustics, this space has been designed to blend the art of dance and music together.


Plastique Fantastique have designed this mobile bubble-like structure that was created for the LOUD SHADOWS project at the Oerol Festival in The Netherlands.

Photography by Jelte Keur, Maria Turik, Yena Young, Marco Canevacci

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