by Low Lai Chow in Architecture on Wednesday 14 August 2013

Japanese architecture firm Tetsuo Kondo are at it again following their dreamy outing at Venice Biennale three years ago: they’ve traipsed over to the courtyard of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo and built an impressive cubic two-storey space with a canopy of billowing clouds contained within.

Museum visitors access the clouds by climbing a flight of stairs. Apparently the effect is achieved by pumping cold dry air at the bottom, hot humid air into the middle and hot dry air at the top. It’s just so cool.

Via Dezeen