On the border between architecture and nature here it is ... Baitogogo! Surely now it is appeared a big question mark on your face and you're wondering what I'm talking about.
Baitogogo is a giant installation of twisted roots and branches (a real tangle) realized by the Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira. This ecological artwork, made from a particular Brazilian plywood called "tapumes", seems to get out of the white beams of the Paris' Palais de Tokyo museum, in which it is housed.
It is fascinating to see how nature tries to break free from the manmade construction and to reclaim new spaces.