A burnt wood spherical sculpture has arrived on the shores of Lake Ontario
The sculpture is one of the winners of the Winter Stations Design Competition that challenges architects, designers, and artists from around the world to re-imagine the Lifeguard towers on the beach of Lake Ontario, near Toronto, Canada.
Climbing up inside the 15ft in diameter wooden sculpture, you arrive on a platform, large enough for a group of people.
On the inside of the dome, there is a sitting space lined in thick warm fur.
Looking up, the ceiling has been covered in faux fur coats.
The window provides a view to the sky outside.
The sculpture can be viewed until the 18th of March, 2016, and if you can’t make it, here is a glimpse of how the sculpture was made.
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