Sea Urchin - Venice Architecture Biennial 2016

Like a spiny but intriguing “Sea Urchin” this unusual urban sculpture installation designed by the architect Giancarlo Zema, is realized using 150 stainless steel tubes and related plastic joints. An artwork born as a symbol of a new reconstruction of the city dedicated to the renovation and the eco-sustainability, installed at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2016.
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Like a spiny but intriguing “Sea Urchin” this unusual urban sculpture installation designed by the architect Giancarlo Zema, is realized using 150 stainless steel tubes and related plastic joints. An artwork born as a symbol of a new reconstruction of the city dedicated to the renovation and the eco-sustainability, installed at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2016. #Installation #PublicArt #SteelArt #BiennaleVenezia #SpazioThetis

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Like a spiny but intriguing “Sea Urchin” this unusual urban sculpture installation designed by the architect Giancarlo Zema, is realized using 150 stainless steel tubes and related plastic joints. An artwork born as a symbol of a new reconstruction of the city dedicated to the renovation and the eco-sustainability, installed at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2016. #Installation #PublicArt #SteelArt #BiennaleVenezia #SpazioThetis

Like a spiny but intriguing “Sea Urchin” this unusual urban sculpture installation designed by the architect Giancarlo Zema, is realized using 150 stainless steel tubes and related plastic joints. An artwork born as a symbol of a new reconstruction of the city dedicated to the renovation and the eco-sustainability, installed at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2016. #Installation #PublicArt #SteelArt #BiennaleVenezia #SpazioThetis

Like a spiny but intriguing “Sea Urchin” this unusual urban sculpture installation designed by the architect Giancarlo Zema, is realized using 150 stainless steel tubes and related plastic joints. An artwork born as a symbol of a new reconstruction of the city dedicated to the renovation and the eco-sustainability, installed at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2016. #Installation #PublicArt #SteelArt #BiennaleVenezia #SpazioThetis

Like a spiny but intriguing “Sea Urchin” this unusual urban sculpture installation designed by the architect Giancarlo Zema, is realized using 150 stainless steel tubes and related plastic joints. An artwork born as a symbol of a new reconstruction of the city dedicated to the renovation and the eco-sustainability, installed at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2016. #Installation #PublicArt #SteelArt #BiennaleVenezia #SpazioThetis

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