If you haven't already seen the Big Bambu installation on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you have until the end of this month to see the ever-growing bamboo structure. Not only is it an incredible display of art and craft, this 50-feet-high, 100-feet-long bamboo construction is functioning architecture- you can actually take guided tours all the way to the top! Started in late April, and finished in late October, this work has been constantly evolving throughout the exhibition, so each visit is guaranteed to be a bit different.
Around Town : Big Bambu at the MetPosted by Blake Ramsey
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