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Interstice by Mona Herbe and KINSA. Lima, 2013 Triangles were used as a basic, organizing and unifying component to create a replicable and flex… Read More
Interstice by Mona Herbe and KINSA. Lima, 2013 Triangles were used as a basic, organizing and unifying component to create a replicable and flexible system, capable of being adapted to the surfaces of the gallery. The project displays 2,120 maps which have been reused and taken full advantage of, as regards format and design, to create 16,000 modules that, when assembled, create a carpet of paper that covers the gallery, while about 1,000 modules take over the facade, in a composition organized by patterns of color and texture. Read Less
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