The Met’s Rooftop “Cloud City”

artist’s conceptual montage

This summer’s rooftop art installation at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Starting May 15, the roof garden of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art will be transformed into “Cloud City,” an interlinked series of polyhedron habitats designed by Argentine artist Tomás Saraceno, who took his inspiration from soap bubbles and neural networks. The best part? Visitors will be able to climb inside this grown-up version of a jungle gym.