Work on Peter Cook and Colin Fournier's Kunsthaus art gallery in Graz is being finalised in preparation for the building's 'housewarming' later this month.The 'biomorphic'structure has a span of 60 metres and houses two large exhibition rooms.Unusually shaped 'nozzles'project northwards to admit daylight, while the acrylic glass outer 'skin'contains fluorescent tubes that 'turn the blue bubble into a house-sized, low-resolution screen' to display simple image sequences, films and text ...
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