Artist Ned Khan has designed a car park facade at Brisbane’s domestic terminal that moves with the wind. Working with 250,000 suspended aluminium panels, Khan has created a vibrant public art installation that “creates a direct interface between the built and natural environments”.
Across the world, we’re seeing car focused infrastructure being adapted to cater more and more for the human scale and human experience. It’s an excited time for us to rethink structures usually associated with dead space.
Watch a video on the project here.
Image courtesy of Urban Art Projects/Caustic Pictures.