“Demolition material, photograph, frame.”

February 20, 2011 at 4:32 pm Leave a comment

via Design Squish (February 5, 2011):

“A picture of a house is taken before its demolition. A sofa is built from the building rubble of the house. The sofa is a portrait of the house in design and colours. The framed photo is hanging above the sofa” – Michael Sailstorfer

Herterchstrasse 119, 2001
by the spatial conceptualist Michael Sailstorfer
Demolition material, photograph, frame
68 inches x 6.6 feet x 37 inches

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