Alison Brooks' Smile installation will aim to showcase the structural potential of cross-laminated hardwood at LDF 2016

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The Baboushka boxes installation by dRMM aims to address the topic of housing and the future of living spaces at LDF 2016

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Installation at The Glass House consists of 1,300 mirrored balls

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Yayoi Kusama installs 1,300 floating steel balls near Philip Johnson's iconic Glass House in Connecticut

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Yayoi Kusama installs 1,300 floating steel balls at Philip Johnson's Glass House estate

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Designer Marc Fornes has completed his first permanent installation in the US: an arching structure made of more than 1,000 perforated aluminium shingles

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Marc Fornes creates sculptural installation for a Texas park

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In memory of musician Prince, who died suddenly last week, LACMA has used purple lighting to turn the popular Rain Room installation

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Daniel Arsham installation at the SCAD Museum of Art includes a series of faux concrete walls, which appear to have been blasted through

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The Future Was Then exhibition by Daniel Arsham features eroded, rippled and cloth-like wall installations

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Snarkitecture co-founder Daniel Arsham has opened a solo show at the SCAD Museum of Art

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Daniel Arsham evokes knocked-through walls with SCAD installation

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Sou Fujimoto to create "forest of light" for COS installation in Milan

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Muji shelving units combine to form Fumihiko Sano's installation exploring standard units of measurement

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Fumihiko Sano installation with MUJI shelving

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Fumihiko Sano used Japanese design brand Muji's popular steel shelving system to create this room-like installation

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Muji shelving units combine to form Fumihiko Sano's installation

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Gabriel Calatrava designs stretchy rope installation for classical music performance

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Gabriel Calatrava designs rope installation for 92Y in New York

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Stone memorial marks the epicentre of 2011 Japan earthquake

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Stone memorial marks the epicentre of 2011 Japan earthquake

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Each stone that makes up this fan-shaped memorial by Koishikawa Architects represents one of the 18,000 victims of Japan's most powerful earthquake

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Stone memorial by Koishikawa Architects marks the epicentre of the 2011 Japan earthquake

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Babel Tower spins to reflect Iran's desert landscape

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This stack of mirrored boxes modelled on the biblical Tower of Babel is programmed to slowly rotate, reflecting changing views of the Iranian desert terrain and sky

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