Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto created an art installation on everyday objects titled ‘Architecture is everywhere‘. As part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the exhibition showcases mundane objects displayed on small wooden boards, such as potato chips and ping pong balls, which Fujimoto refers to as “found architecture”. In a statement about the project, Fujimoto says: “[E]verywhere we can imagine architectural spaces when you put the people inside or outside. [First], it looks like some scales… and then it looks like architecture. And then, sometimes, it is really creating unexpected spaces, unexpected relationships”. The exhibition will run until January 3, 2016.
All images © Tom Harris / Steve Hall, copyright Hedrich Blessing, courtesy of the Chicago Architecture Biennial