The artist Boris “Delta” Tellegen is no stranger to strong lines and materials usually reserved for architecture in his work. But he has yet to take an actual large-scale architectural approach to his practice. In a new piece, commissioned by Ymere, a social housing company, Delta applied his technique to the façade of a building in Harleem, the Netherlands. The site-specific installation on the housing block creates a kind of structural illusion, where windows skew, bricks bend, and the building collapses into itself.

Check out images of the installation (in-progress) above and more of Delta’s work at his website

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[via Arrested Motion]