Snarkitecture Fills a Museum With an Ocean of Plastic Balls

Brooklyn-based design studio Snarkitecture has taken over Washington DC’s National Building Museum to transform its ground floor into an ocean of nearly one million translucent plastic balls. The massive ball-pit is part of its latest interactive exhibition “The BEACH,” which mixes the playful vibes of an ocean shoreline with the stark, all-white installations Snarkitecture is known for. Visitors can swim around in the sea of spheres, lounge on beach chairs and even order food at the snack bar. The BEACH is also being live-streamed for those who can’t make it to DC by 7 September.