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Architects of Air creates inflatable architecture maze in London’s Docklands

The Daedalum maze , which consists of 19 interconnected egg-shaped domes made from translucent material, is the latest piece of inflatable architecture designed by Alan Parkinson, founder of Architects of Air. Named after Daedalus – the architect of the Labyrinth of Minos in Greek mythology – the blow-up maze was created to let people experience the "phenomenon of light". Architects of Air installed the inflatable structure at the Royal Albert Dock, in London , from 21 to 23 June as part of the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival. "I design...