Arboria - Architects of Air powered by Siemens
Explore a world of colour and light inside a giant, blow-up labyrinth of winding tunnels and soaring-high domes at Federation Square.
Arboria is a monumental, walk-in sculpture with a 10-metre high grand dome at its centre.
Inspired by the shapes and form of the forest, you will wonder through its luminous tree-like structures, see the patterns of leaves and branches above and hear and hear a soundscape, which originated in the Ecuadorian Cloud Forest.
Each dome bears its own stylised leaf motif rendered in graphic simplicity, yet its centre dome is an interpretation of the tall Gothic windows and arching columns of Chapter House at York Minister, UK.
Arboriais created by Alan Parkinson of internationally acclaimed Architects of Air (UK) and is one of a series of Luminaria, which are inflatable structures designed to generate a sense of wonder and enchantment.
Touring Australia in association with Insite Arts, Arboria will exhibit in Melbourne only at Federation Square.
Arboria's exhibition at Federation Square is powered by the Siemens EcoGen.
Arboria is suitable for all ages and is wheelchair accessible.
Snap a selfie inside and tag your pics #fedsquaresummer. Get tickets at the website.