22 Dreamy Art Installations You Want To Live In

These interactive art installations bring a little glimpse of the surreal to real life.

1. Chain Link Fencing as Art by Soo Sunny Park

Chain Link Fencing as Art by Soo Sunny Park

2. Hand-Woven Installation by Numen/For Use

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3. Woven Installation by Studio 400

Woven Installation by Studio 400

4. Tomás Saraceno’s Biospheric Cloud Cities

Tomás Saraceno's Biospheric Cloud Cities

5. Falling Garden by Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger

Falling Garden by Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger

6. Crocheted Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam

7. Squiggly Balloon Installation by Choi Jeong Hwa

8. The Rain Room at The Barbican, London

The Rain Room at The Barbican, London

The room is fitted with 3D cameras that sense your location in the room, and automatically turn off the water valves above your head, allowing you to walk through the downpour without getting wet.

9. The aMAZEme Labyrinth by Marco Saboya & Gualter Pupo

The aMAZEme Labyrinth by Marco Saboya & Gualter Pupo

A 500 square meter maze composed of 250,000 borrowed books. The labyrinth is organized in the shape of Jorge Luis Borges’s fingerprint.

10. Light and Shadow Painting by Rashad Alakbarov

Light and Shadow Painting by Rashad Alakbarov

11. Ernesto Neto’s Woven Installations

Ernesto Neto's Woven Installations

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12. Suspended “Bookshelf” Installation by Richard Wentworth

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13. Yayoi Kusama’s Mirror and LED Light Installations

Yayoi Kusama's Mirror and LED Light Installations

14. Jacob Dahlgren’s Colour Reading and Contexture

Jacob Dahlgren's Colour Reading and Contexture

15. The Swedish Furniture Fair Installation

The Swedish Furniture Fair Installation

16. Rainbow Installation in Center Pompidou, Paris

Rainbow Installation in Center Pompidou, Paris

17. Rainbow City at the High Line Park in New York City

Rainbow City at the High Line Park in New York City

18. Leandro Erlich’s Bâtiment

Leandro Erlich's Bâtiment

A gigantic mirror angled at 45 degrees gives the illusory effect of people dangling from ledges and climbing up the walls.

19. Dawn Ng’s Paper Planes

Dawn Ng's Paper Planes

20. Gabriel Dawe’s Prismatic Installations

Gabriel Dawe's Prismatic Installations

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21. Ann Hamilton’s the event of a thread

Ann Hamilton's the event of a thread

The giant curtain dances as people swing.

22. Kusama’s Obliteration Room

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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