Gorgeous structure in Malta built by Elena Chiavi, via designboom.
‘antiroom ii‘ is a self-built pavilion by elena chiavi, ahmad el mad, and matteo goldoni made with students from different european countries during the EASA links 2015 workshop in valletta, malta. the floating structure is unreachable from the ground and can only be accessed by swimming or by boat, persisting as a man-made island that can slowly drift away, as a new isolated world.
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