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Raumlabor Turns Junk Into Art In 'The Big Crunch'

The Huffington Post   First Posted: 07/01/11 11:14 AM ET   Updated: 08/31/11 06:12 AM ET

From Inhabitat:

No, the pile of chairs, tables, doors and goodness knows what else that you see before you isn't the result of a storm or a tornado. Believe it or not, it's a man-made building called "The Big Crunch." Raumlabor constructed the inhabitable artpiece out of discarded household materials like windows, furniture and the like, resulting in a heap-like structure that appears to defy gravity.

All photos and captions courtesy of Inhabitat.

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Like some great magnet for debris "The Big Crunch" by Raumlabor is a recycled building made from a heap of discarded objects. The mound of materials is condensed in a theater plaza from all over the area, seemingly to move like a small wave cresting on the Georg-Büchner-Platz grounds in Darmstadt, Germany. Made from cast away household materials ranging from fridges to windows, furniture, and doors, the installation is a stormy, absurdist habitation.
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