Home Delivery at MoMAhttp://www.thirteen.org/sundayarts/blog/city/home-delivery-pre-fab-ulous/596/
The largest structure on the lot is the “Cellophane House,” by KieranTimberlake Associates of Philly, which utilizes as many see through or light transmitting materials as possible, including a lot of plastic. The structure is made of aluminum. The coolest parts are the stair treads, made of acrylic, and lit by embedded LEDs; the stair walls are also brushed acrylic, so they glow. Flooring is made of metal decking or plastic honeycomb sheets. And there is some neat-looking circuitry on the outside walls, presumably for solar energy capture. The overall impression is expensive, experimental, and little effete, but there are certainly some inspiring ideas, and it veritably glows.