Creators wanted to explore and inhabit new landscapes, so they decided to build the Gabie Project.

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You may think man has already seen, experienced and explored everything, but our imagination knows no boundries. Imagining new kind of spaces to enjoy is what designers at Florent Albinet had in mind when they created Gabie, offering a different view and literally a different perspective on the life on water.

The Gabie installation, set for the exhibition HABITER at Domaine de Chamarande in Essone, France, is 6 meters high and 4 meters wide, weighing approxiamtely 300 kilograms. It's constructed from bamboo, steel, wood and polyethilene.

The installation is open to the public until 1 November 2015.

Oct. 5, 2015 Living photo: Florent Albinet

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