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Sculpture by the sea layers up island with its own horizon

May 02, 2018, 7:28 AM EDT
(Source: Gjøde & Partnere Arkitekter/Design Boom)
(Source: Gjøde & Partnere Arkitekter/Design Boom)

A semi-circular wall of mirrors at Cottesloe beach in Perth, Australia, fills the visitors with contrasting feelings of solitude or togetherness with its illusionary infinite expanse, mirroring and adding a spatial quality to the horizon.

When beachgoers stand alone in the semi-circle, they find themselves aloof on an artificial deserted island, surrounded by endless skies, waves and sands, notes Design Boom.  

The installation by the Danish architecture studio Gjøde & Partnere Arkitekter, in a way, reflects the movement and interaction of people in the desert, virtually making the buzz a part of its own.

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