Hamburg, Germany-based Annette Streyl is a widely acclaimed visual artist whose architectural sculptures rely on two disparate and, some would argue, contradictory materials to give them form. One is stone; the other is yarn. The latter, Streyl has meticulously machine-knit into pliant, highly-recognizable buildings, accomplished on a spatially gratifying scale of 1:100.
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