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Fri July 12, 2013

Colorful, inflatable structure graces Common Ground landscape

There’s a strange and colorful new shape along the riverfront in Lansing. It's a large luminarium.

You can visit the Architects of Air luminarium at Common Ground.
You can visit the Architects of Air luminarium at Common Ground.
Credit courtesy/Architects of Air

 It’s not a childrens’ bouncy house, though it is inflatable.  And it’s not a cathedral, though its multicolored windows do impart the tranquility of stained glass art.  “Architects of Air” is a British company that builds and displays enormous inflatable structures all over the world.  The “Pentalum” here at Common Ground is a colorful creation of geometric grace.

Kim Lucas of Architects of Air talked with Current State.

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