Sky Villages is an interactive installation by James Paulius at SPARK Brooklyn Children's Museum that invites children to build clusters of airborne villages on the wall.
The villages are made of tessellating units that interlock in countless ways to create various structures. By engaging the child's imagination, this installation reinforces the application of creativity, problem solving, and three-dimensional thinking.
The toy blocks in this installation are fabricated from Douglas-fir wood reclaimed from water towers in Manhattan, NY.
Photography: Ryan Jenq