Falling Down the Guggenheim Museum Hall

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JDS Architects thought that this trampoline net spiral—which would allow people to bounce from the top floor to the bottom of the Guggenheim Museum rotunda—could be the funniest thing ever. I completely agree. And so do ambulance-chasing lawyers.

Unfortunately—or fortunately for the people who may have broken their necks—it is just a concept, part of the "Contemplating the Void: Interventions in the Guggenheim Museum" exhibition. The exhibition explores different formulas to fill the open space inside the famous Frank Lloyd Wright's building. [DesignBoom]

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Whoever put that Photoshop together must have failed geometry in high school. Look closely at this section: The two people in the center must be standing on the Memorial M. C. Escher section of the trampoline. Since the level below them is what feeds to the bottom section in the foreground, where exactly does the surface they're standing on lead to?