Paradise Lost / PKMN Architectures
In reference to the novel of John Milton “Paradise Lost” PKMN collective has recreated a Floating Garden of Eden. From a forest triangulated with straps and studs which is suspended with ventilators a plastic cloud, It is metaphor shelter that of Jewish people needed in their exodus through the desert. This proposal has won the first prize TRANSIARTE where this cloud and this forest makes a temporary shelter for urban festival.
En referencia a la novela de John Milton “Paradise Lost” el colectivo PKMN recrea un Jardín del Edén flotante. A partir de un bosque triangulado con tirantes y montantes de la cual se suspenden una nube de plástica por unos ventiladores, hace de metáfora al cobijo que el pueblo judío necesito en su peregrinaje por el desierto. Esta propuesta ha sido la ganadora del primer premio del concurso TRANSIARTE where this cloud and this forest of biblical references makes a temporary shelter for urban festival.
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