Baptist Debombourg in Nantes, France was already a gorgeous public square, but now it’s been transformed into a winding, space-age spectacle – and all with the help of over 1,200 cafe chairs. The installation is part of the Le Voyage a Nantes exhibit, and it’s inspiration comes from the deeply influential presence of cafes and restaurants in the city enter. The piece is static, but it’s still a definite eye catcher – it’s basically like an enormous roller coaster of chairs, right in the heart of town. See the photos from the installation below.
He Took 1,200 Café Chairs And Turned Them Into A Gravity Defying Sculpture. April 1, 2023