Take a look at these amazing details from a student installation at pinakothek der moderne that I found on martin's flickr site the other day. " This temporary installation art, called the third space, was built by 52 interior design students. It consists of 1,300,000 cable ties. The students worked for 16,870 hours. Visitors can sit down in cocoon-like bird's nests, stand under a shower of light and experience this 200 square meters small world, that tries to translate sociological terms like self-portrayal, community and retreat into tangible spatial situations." Wow, there results are so very beautiful and surprising don't you think?