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Pinwheels Become Glittering Urban Art in Quebec City

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Remember those handmade paper windmills you played with as a child? Well that was the motif that architects at Montreal based firm ADHOC architectes chose to work with when asked to create something on the theme of "play." Called the Vol-au-vent, the installation consists of hundreds of paper windmills woven together to create a canopy over SPOT—full name Sympathique Place Ouverte à Tous—an architecture and design cultural event held in Quebec City. Coated with a shimmering reflective film, the ephemeral installation created a patterned shadow effect during the day and a glittering canopy at night.

ADHOC architectes installs reflective paper windmill canopy in québec [Designboom]