his art installations is red, there's twenty two thousand individual sheets of paper used here. They're all held in position by the compression method. This cute little bridge crosses a stream in the rural Lake District National Park in the UK's Cumbria.
It's simple really says Steve. It relies on the Vernacular Architectural Principles that have been used on walls and bridges
for thousands of years.
And I keep my fingers crossed...
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
How To Make A Bridge You Can Walk On From Just A Few Sheets Of Paper...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: bridge made from paper sheets, building with dry stone, fingers crossed, lake district national park cumbria, outdoor art installations, steve massam, the united kingdom, vernacular architectural principles
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That is a neat bridge, but really, couldn't you just step over that little creek?ReplyDelete