Modern Contemporary Design


LDF 2010: Blow and Roll by Oskar Zieta

oskar_zieta_blow_roll_2.jpg In the garden courtyard at the V&A museum, Polish designer Oskar Zieta has created a piece called Blow and Roll. Zieta has developed a technology which he uses to inflate steel sheets with high pressure air. For this installation, the individual steel elements were wheeled flat into the pond, then inflated, “giving a third dimension to this unique space.”




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