Japanese designer Chikara Ohno ofSinatohas created the ROLLS installation at the Diesel Denim Gallery Aoyama in Minato-ku, Tokyo.
The characteristic of the material used for this installation, which is aluminum, is that it is very thin and easily bent by hands, yet harder than cloth or paper. Therefore it possesses both soft and hard qualities. By winding and sometimes extending this single, long strip of aluminum from the entrance to the back-end of the store, it creates a beautiful waving form, changing its function and features as the material strength changes. This flexible quality of the material represents a gentle connection between the softness of clothes and hardness of architecture.
I think it is really cool but it has serious acessability issues.