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At the Foot of Famous Buildings

There's a Brooklyn artist who has taken it upon himself to create small installations that mimic the sensation of staring up at architectural wonders such as the Empire State Building. All Iván Navarro had to do was build "each sculpture in the shape of a famous building's floor plan, then played neon lights off of mirrors to evoke the sensation of staring up into an interior volume, as if peering into architecture's very soul." Just an average day's work! [Co.Design]