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Project by: KRISTAL.

Location: Klil, Israel

Program: Temporary Installation

Size: 7.5 x 6.2 x 3.8 m

Status: Completed

Year: 2019

Materials: Recycled Wood, Rebar

A permanent installation built for a festival that turned the village of Klil into a 2 days open air museum.

IN | SECT takes inspiration from  the village's typical pointy dome houses, but scales and twists in order to create a movement of expansion and growth. As one of the visitors put it - an expansion of a twisting consciousness.  


The design is meant to firstly be seen from the top of a nearby hill,  and changes feeling and experience when approached and entered.

The two materials used are recycled - wooden beams disassembled from an old house's roof, and leftover rebar.

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