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Architect Daniel Arsham needed to customize the loft space attached to the office of his architecture firm, so what did he do?  Use 25,000 ping pong balls to line the walls, of course. 
The space is only 90 feet but we bet most of you would easily trade living spaces, if just for the cool points. Who needs a big TV when it feels like you’e living on the set of Tron: Legacy? Oh, and it cost him less than $100 per square foot, or $50 cheaper than your average loft. Economical and creative? We’re intrigued by your ideas and would like to subscribe to your newsletter, Mr. Arsham. (via Co. Design and Snarkitecture)

Architect Daniel Arsham needed to customize the loft space attached to the office of his architecture firm, so what did he do?  Use 25,000 ping pong balls to line the walls, of course. 

The space is only 90 feet but we bet most of you would easily trade living spaces, if just for the cool points. Who needs a big TV when it feels like you’e living on the set of Tron: Legacy? Oh, and it cost him less than $100 per square foot, or $50 cheaper than your average loft. Economical and creative? We’re intrigued by your ideas and would like to subscribe to your newsletter, Mr. Arsham. (via Co. Design and Snarkitecture)