An excellent work of Tomás Saraceno has created the Cloud Cities, which is now exhibited in the Museum Bahnhof theHamburger located in Berlin, Germany.
In the picture looks a collection of geometric, shapes inflation challenge the idea place, space and gravity future. Tomás Saraceno seeks to explain how human life through exhibitions in combination with their environment.
‘Cloud Cities‘ is part of the architecture in which the interaction between the viewer and the collection is an important aspect of the installation. Cloud Cities, inflation and web-like garden spiders communal form of land between earth and sky, help in the reorientation of the physical representation of environmental influences.
Cloud Cities that have laid at museum large rooms, each pod cloud city suspended in the air at various heights, both decorated with succulents or coated with a symmetrical pattern string. two of the twenty balloons in the biosphere has a pseudo-public entries can be accessed. The viewer can climb up the ladder to trample on the ball diameter, or rest on the floor of the dome is covered in a kind of cactus moss, in this interaction,
Cloud Cities serves as a geometric installation of stand-ins for human interaction with the environment as a whole. Cloud Cities, which was designed by Saraceno initiates an understanding of the interaction between humans and both air and ground. interests of architects in utopian theory is articulated in the boundless ‘cloud cities‘.