Real estate boom meets the Old Testament

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Temporary architectural structures drew inspiration from Biblical camping and from the modern real estate bubble to explore concerns about transience and ownership.

Prototype of Sway atop SMRZ’s Israeli studio, before being reconstructed in Sydney.  Courtesy the artists and SCAF

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