September 21, 2010 § 6 Comments

Tetsuo Kondo and climate engineering firm Transsolar worked together to fill a closed space with clouds! “Three layers of air are pumped into the room: cool dry air at the bottom that keeps the cloud floating, hot humid air in the middle to fashion a dense fog and hot dry air at the top.” In the end, you get an amazing exhibition titled Cloudscapes, located at the Corderie in Venice!

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