A recent submission for the redevelopment of Queens Museum of Art which will contain a model of New York City’s five boroughs on the World’s Fair site in Queens, New York, has seen a conceptual design that has really caught our eye.
A third year architecture student at Pratt Institute in New York, Elliot White, has designed a building that would be constructed using a lattice structure and that covered with a concrete layer. During the building’s construction, a giant bag would be inflated inside the structure to support the concrete until it hardened thus giving it the surreal, morphing appearance.
The design is raised off the ground, creating a public space underneath that can be used for events.
Images courtesy of Elliot White and Dezeen