Wondrous mirrored sculpture as a universal symbol of homes lost


Two Islands, a London-based design firm, designed a 28-foot-tall mirrored sculpture named Mark’s House that looks like floating in the air. The team of architect William Villalobos, Cesc Massanas and Tomas Selva developed this large sculpture covered in mylar, 4,000 pounds and designed to withstand 90 mph winds, as a universal symbol of the Flint’s lost home, which was part the Flat Lot Competition, an international design competition held by the Flint Public Art Project.
Low side of the sculpture there’re over 850 lightboxes and covered with photographs from 90 Kickstarter supporters all over the world.

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Mark’s House can hold 1,500 gallons of water that can be sprayed out onto visitors during summer.

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