Snarkitecture’s “Beach” Is Taking Over Washington D.C.

Sharkitecture The Beach Indoor

Source: Bored Panda

Forget sand and seawater. The architects and artists at Snarkitecture have created a beach that’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Using nearly one million white plastic balls, the studio installed a 10,000 square foot ball pit smack dab in the middle of the National Building Museum’s grand hall in Washington D.C. As if its sheer size wasn’t impressive enough, the installation’s monochromatic white on white color palette makes “The Beach” simply unforgettable.

Snarkitecture The Beach Installation

Source: Domus

“The Beach” was created to encourage people to interact with their surroundings in a fun (yet unexpected) way. But you don’t have to wade through the pit of recyclable plastic balls to enjoy all that this “beach” has to offer. Snarkitecture also created a 50-foot “shoreline” that’s stocked with beach essentials like crisp white lounge chairs and umbrellas—and there’s even a nearby snack shop. A mirror sits directly across from the shoreline, transforming the sea of white into an endless image. The massive ball pit will be open through September 7, but if you won’t be visiting D.C., let this video give you a taste of what the installation is like.

Snarkitecture The Beach Shoreline

The “Shoreline.” Source: This is Colossal

Kiri Picone
Bay Area transplant Kiri Picone is a writer and marketer who loves bizarre news and the color purple.
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