Turning Pink / Leong Leong Architecture

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Architects Leong Leong recently shared their photographs from Turning Pink at W/ Project Space in ’s Chinatown. Made from 3inch rigid insulation and mirrored acrylic this temporary and site-specific installation was part of a series that ‘explore the translation of a legible figure into a continuous visual field’.

More photographs and drawings about the Turning Pink installation following the break.

Architects: Leong Leong Architecture
Location: , New York, USA
Principals-in-Charge: Dominic Leong and Chris Leong
Project Team: Nathan Smith, Christina Galvez, Sarah Carpenter, Greg Bugel, Brittany Drapac, Naomi Szto
Builder: Leong Leong Architects
Sponsors: 3.1 Phillip Lim and Pabst Blue Ribbon
Project Area: 60 sqf
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of Leong Leong Architecture

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The installation appears as a glowing, mysterious sliver of color from the street. The cave-like space is a result of blending four shapes into a topological environment. The walls of the gallery are lined with mirror to transform the spatial figure into a field of reflections. All material used in the installation will be recycled in the construction of an artist residence in New Jersey designed by Leong Leong.

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Cite: Minner, Kelly. "Turning Pink / Leong Leong Architecture" 21 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=90210>