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Dynamic Parking Garage Feature with Ned Kahn 

Project Enagua Plaza Parking Garage Kinetic Screen, Playa Vista  |  Designer Collaboration between Ned Kahn, Johnson Fain Architects and Kaynemaile  |  Location Los Angeles, USA  |  Photography Fred L'Ami

 
 
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The kinetic installation is named Enagua after the Latin-American garment that gives volume and fullness underneath a dress.

 

Kaynemaile worked with American artist Ned Kahn on a unique kinetic installation as part of the new Playa Vista development in Los Angeles. The thirty-metre-tall kinetic installation wraps itself around the parking complex facade — connecting the streetscape to the various access points and the upper floors of the surrounding buildings. The kinetic installation is named Enagua after the Latin-American garment that gives volume and fullness underneath a dress. The rippling Kaynemaile ribbons resemble billowing fabric.

The design of the installation evolved through extensive collaboration between Kaynemaile, Ned Kahn and his team and the project architects Johnson Fain of Los Angeles—a unique concept that Kaynemaile is proud to have realized.


Mesh Colour

 Bronze

Bronze

 
 
 

Product System Used

Kaynemaile Exterior

Multiple solutions for exterior environments—facade cladding, rain and wind screening and solar shading.

 

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