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Brief Published: 16 Apr 2012

Studio 400: White


Studio 400 – a design group formed by the 20 graduating students from the California Polytechnic State University’s architecture class of 2011-12 – has produced a temporary 3D space formed out of woven plastic sheeting.

Designed as a space for visitors to rest in while reading the students’ written works and browsing sketchbooks, the structure is made out of 80,000 square feet of white plastic sheeting. Light is reflected into and around the space by the material, resulting in a bright, maze-like interior cavity.

California Polytechnic State University