Australian based architects Adam Newman and Kelvin Tsang debuted their new installation “Temple of Boom” in Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria. The work forces audiences to rethink the permanence of architectural designs and will be gradually transformed by various artists with artworks and murals painted in three phases between November 2022 and August 2023. designboom shares the project’s details.
Within the Grollo Equiset Garden at Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), ‘Temple of Boom’ officially opens to the public, transporting visitors to ancient times by celebrating an architectural icon erected 2,500 years ago on the other side of the world: the Parthenon in Athens. Considered an apex symbol of Western civilization, the historic Greek Temple was evocatively reimagined here in ways that expand its enduring beauty and our understanding of it.
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