Saraceno also had a bigger aim: to challenge future architects to envision spaceship cities that float above Earth.
But even this Earth-bound location took some getting used to for one Manhattan resident.
“You are not necessarily sure-footed on where you are going to put your feet because of the Lucite floor and mirror floor, so you do it very, very slow,” says Terry Hudson. “But otherwise, I thought it was really cool.”
The exhibit is open, weather permitting, during regular museum hours.
“Cloud City” is scheduled to float away on Nov. 4.
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