Sculptural Steel Labyrinth at a Former Coal Mine – Design You Trust

Sculptural Steel Labyrinth at a Former Coal Mine

Gijs Van Vaerenbergh (name of the artists and architectes duo of Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh) built a sculptural, immersive and graphic maze in at a former coal mine located in Genk, Belgium.

This labyrinth is made of steel, with 5 meters high-walls, and focuses on space as an experience.

Via Fubiz

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