Steam Studio: A Glass Cube Made Of Recycled Windows

Keeping the people aware of how the water affects us, artist Helle Kvamme designed the Steamed Studio and installed it alone in the Swedish Forest. Made of recycled windows and plastic piping, the Steam Studio has the ability to change forms from ice to steam and finally to liquid as its way of exploring how water affects us. The steam studio glass cube channels the human intolerance for temperature, humidity, and seasonal changes and as the studio makeshift, it is filled with steam at certain intervals, making the passersby wonder. With the materials it uses and its function, the Steam Studio is a great tool of making us aware about nature while minimizing landfills and keeping the earth safe.

Steam Studio

Steam Studio

Steam Studio

Steam Studio

Source: Helle Kvamme via Inhabitat


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  • Great to be published in green innovations… I have still alot to do in the Swedish forest.

    • You Shore do…

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