Fantastic new structure from architect Martin Rajnis built on top of the Dox Center for Contemporary Art in Prague.
The 138-foot structure (42-meter) won’t be taking to the sky anytime soon, but will instead be utilized as a public gathering space for readings, performances, and debates about literature. The wooden airship-like building is situated atop a cascade of steps on the Dox center’s roof and should accommodate up to 120 seated visitors.
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