NidoSilla installation by Mark Reigelman

NIDOSILLA is a temporary installation and part of the annual DECODE design festival in Monterrey, Mexico. It consists of a wooden substructure clad with over 12,000 brightly painted pieces of plywood which are held in place with over 48,000 nails. NIDOSILLA is approximately 15′ wide, extends over 30′ in the air and took a team of 20 brilliant local artists and designers over 10 days to complete.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Info and images © Mark Reigelman

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