Vertical Landscape
An artistic display of white synthetic fiber netting created by Japanese artist/architect Ryo Yamada is located in Sapporo, Japan. Sited inside the upper level exterior courtyard of a historical building, the installation responds to open air conditions. Fifty eight square pillars measuring 3.6 meters in height, covering an area of 600m2 are suspended from a horizontal plane of synthetic fabric.

The top of the delicate columns are open allowing light to filter through the translucent textile tube. A calm breeze sways the airy pillars producing a tranquil connection between earth and sky. This environmental art intends to evoke a range of emotions in visitors meandering within the space as it responds to varying weather conditions and sun angles.

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