18 October 2010

Schooling Fish by Troika

I love schooling fish and I really like the projects of Troika.

via Core77 on 10/18/10

Troika sent us documentation of Shoal, their newest public artwork for the Corus building in Queens Quay East on Toronto's Waterfront. 467 independent, iridescent objects that resemble fishing lures "liquify" the ceiling of a 50m long corridor, mimicking the interdependency patterns seen in schooling fish. According to Troika, this is meant to change "the spatial experience of the corridor while opening up the surrounding architecture infinitely towards Lake Ontario."


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