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Jeffrey Shaw

With Theo Botschuijver.

The Airgrounds were a new genre of air structures comprising soft, responsive architectures the public could interact with.

At the Brighton Festival a pyramid-shaped inflatable with a transparent outer skin and yellow inner skin, partially inflated cushion as kinetic floor, was set up by the seaside. The visitors could enter and play on its soft inner surface.


1968: Brighton festival, Brighton, UK; City of London festival, London, UK; Icograda, Kasteel Maurick, Vught, Netherlands.