Crackda code: an innovative game space

Posted: January 2, 2011 in creativity
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thai design studio apostrophy’s latest installation project ‘crack da code’. the space was on display at the bangkok design festival 2010 and functioned as a game space, as well as a moving landmark during the event. ‘crack da code’ consisted of 22 vertical inflated tubes standing next to each other, creating a tree-like space. during the day, it created shade and at night, the area consisted of moving light patterns.

the pneumatic structural system of the custom-made 3-branch structures were each made of fabric, with a high pressure side channel blower, enabling them to stand upright. a zip under each blower prevented air from coming out of the tube and change its form.

read more about the project @ designboom

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