MSA Brings Ceiling to Life

Visitors of The Harmony Festival at Vancouver’s Millenium Park will be delighted to see a playful art installation called Vermilion Sands, designed by Matthew Soules Architecture (MSA). The suspended canopy is made up of 260 cones hung upside-down that makes for an interesting organic sculpture varying in texture and sizes. Hydro-seeded and grown in a nursery, the living structure provides a lush greenery ceiling that makes for a unique display when lit up in purple lights.

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