The ‘Kaleidome’ is a mirrored stainless-steel structure composed of 262 individual laser-cut polyhedral cells. Each reflective unit functions as a small window that frames the environment both inside and out. like a kaleidoscope, it shuffles images of the river, trees, buildings, passersby, flowers etc. The dome is painted in various shades of red in blue very thinly applied, This preserves the reflectiveness of the original finish.The ‘Kaleidome’ was created by LAAB architects, and is a public art installation for the Jockey Club Community Arts Biennale 2015. It's on exhibit at Shatin Park, Hong Kong.
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