The Incredible Wire Mesh Sculptures that Punctuated the Coachella Skyline

 "Etherea" is the site-particular establishment by Edoardo Tresoldi imagined for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California. The establishment comprises of three straightforward models enlivened by Neoclassical and Baroque engineering, all with indistinguishable shapes yet extraordinary sizes, situated on a pivot and estimating 36, 54 and 72 feet in tallness, separately. 

"Etherea" takes after a developing experiential way where engineering turns into a device and place for consideration, a committed space where the sky and mists are described through the dialect of traditional design. Because of the straightforward wire work, an optical impact made of points of view and dimensional connections is produced by the entry through the three figures and estimating scales, which either increases or diminishes the separation amongst man and sky. On the off chance that, citing Christian Norberg-Schulz, "the sky is as vast as the space from which it is seen", at that point, when design extends itself, that same sky will show up always inaccessible and the spectator will feel like they are contracting, freeing more space to ponder the mists.More Info: Facebook / Website / Instagram