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Source: Panasonic

This Art Installation Is An On-The-Ground-Cloud You Can Walk Inside

By Aimee Lutkin

Milan Design Week is in full force for 2018, and many of the installations are connecting new technology to old ways of experiencing the city. One sculpture by artist Takehiro Ikeda called "Transitions" is using air-purifying technology from Panasonic to bring a cloud down to Earth.

The giant pod is in the center of the Brera Design District, Inhabitat reports, and is being described as a “water-drop pavilion." It's not just a giant balloon to look at. Visitors can actually go inside and breath the air—and it contains very special air.