‘head in the clouds’, a pavilion designed for figment’s 2013 ‘city of dreams art celebration’ on new york’s governors island by jason klimoski, AIA, and lesley chang of architecture studioKCA has been built using 53,780 recycled plastic bottles and milk jugs – the amount which is thrown away in NYC in about 1 hour. head in the clouds: a plastic bottle pavilion by studioKCA - designboom | architecture
Giant Glowing Sculpture Made From Crushed PET Bottles Rises at the Venice Architecture Bienniale
I know you guys might be a bit concerned about such a huge collection of pet bottles, but when you are going for such massive recycling projects then you have to be sufficiently equipped with all the needed material.
Pavilion made from 53,780 plastic bottles among AIA Small Projects winnersThe Head in the Clouds Pavilion was developed in response to a brief calling for a "place to dream in the city of dreams", which the designers interpreted by creating a space where visitors could "contemplate the light and colour filtering through the cloud from the inside, out." The pavilion was constructed from 53,780 recycled bottles, the number thrown away in New York City every hour.