Piles by ÖRNDUVALD

April 1st, 2013 by retail design blog

In the equally charming city of Copenhagen, Denmark, ÖRNDUVALD’s new project called Piles is just as compelling because of its beauty and the story behind it. Consisting of three designs made of 45,546 Sequins, they are a magpie’s dream. Actually, they are anybody’s dream where the sculptured shiny pixels capture the eye and create a sense of magic. They look fantastical and are even more so when you realize that they represent the vast quantities of soil, water and rubble that have been excavated from the Copenhagen underground.











http://www.yatzer.com/piles-ornduvald
http://www.ornduvald.dk

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