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Rack n' Roll

Rack n' Roll

The building comes from the medieval town of St Paul de Vence, in the South of France. I placed the architectural structure on top of an old car called the “deux chevaux.” This classic French car took its name from its two horsepower engines. It was my older brother’s very first car. The maximum speed was 50 miles an hour on a flat surface. You could roll the rubber top off like a can of sardines and feel the wind in your hair. If you look closely, you can see through the grill that a girl is playing pool inside the engine.

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25.10.2016
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