Pics: A roller coaster that is made of hundreds of cafe chairs pops up in France


Gone are the days when cute cafes and beach-side restaurants seemed like innovative ideas and amused us! Now it’s all about robot-themed restaurants and rollercoaster cafes! With a whopping 1200-seater capacity, Place Du Bouffay in France is now a temporary home to a pop-up rollercoaster cafe, now can you believe that!

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Well for one if you’re Baptiste Debombourg, transforming ordinary elements into an element nothing short of fascinating is definitely your forte! “Stellar” as it’s called – integrates similar chairs that are used in its surrounding cafes to create this masterpiece.
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This piece of art coming from Debombourg is not that surprising! I mean after all he is the one that fashioned sculptures made of staples and a gold and feather-dipped plastic bag! Debombourg says, “Sculptural work is generally part of a contextual approach, and I operate in a space with materials chosen specifically for it.”
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This August, France’s Nantes cultural program is “taking over” the town where a plethora of artists transform various public places into enthralling spectacles.

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[Via – Inhabitat]