# ARCHITECTURES WITHOUT ARCHITECTS /// Big Bambú by Starn Studio upcoming to the MET
From April 27th to October 31st, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Arts will host a giant work in progress on its roof. The installation called Big Bambú is designed by twin brothers artist Mike and Doug Starn and is composed by 3200 bamboo poles constituting a huge three dimensions scaffolding maze. One very interesting aspect of it is that the installation will be build up little by little during the exhibition time reconfiguring continuously the space that will be open for one part to the public to climb it up.
To know a little more about it, you can read the New York Time’s article about it.