In photos: The Moogification of Lexington

Patch, an installation designed by Clemson University architecture students goes up on Lexington Ave. (Carrie Eidson/ Mountain Xpress)
Patch, an installation designed by Clemson University architecture students goes up on Lexington Ave. (Carrie Eidson/ Mountain Xpress)

A collection of art and architecture installations is being installed on Lexington Avenue near the Moog Factory, part of a between Moogfest and The Media Arts Project, Aloft Hotels and Clemson School of Architecture. The installations include “Patch,” a project from Clemson architecture seniors that includes five suspended 20- by 30-foot clouds hovering over a popup office space complete with phone charging stations, shipping containers converted into office space, and custom-made seats. Read the full press release for more on the transformation of Lexington and check out the photos for a sneak peak.


Scroll through the photos to see more from Lexington Avenue. (Carrie Eidson/ Mountain Xpress)


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