Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

This Is The World’s Most Unusual Beach Because It Doesn’t Have One Granule Of Sand.

Imagine a perfect day at the beach: relaxing on a lounge chair under an umbrella or grabbing a refreshing beverage at a snack bar without any of the negative aspects like sand in your shorts, or sunburn. This is not an illusion but a place that really exists.

Thanks to the brilliant minds at Snarkitecture, visitors to the National Building Museum in Washington D.C. can experience the beach indoors from now until September 7th. Spanning across the museum’s Great Hall, the artists filled the 10,000 square feet with 750,000 recyclable translucent plastic balls. The enclosure contains mirrors to create an infinite ocean scene.

Guests can bring their beach toys and inflatables and take a dive into the innovative creation. Once beach-goers have called it a day, they can jump out and carry on with their day. No need to towel off nor change clothes.

No entrance quite like this one has ever been seen by beach goers.

No entrance quite like this one has ever been seen by beach goers.

Noah Kalina

Noah Kalina

The monochromatic design gives a clean and endless look.

The monochromatic design gives a clean and endless look.

Noah Kalina

Noah Kalina

Noah Kalina

Recyclable translucent plastic balls act as the ocean.

Recyclable translucent plastic balls act as the ocean.

Noah Kalina

Noah Kalina

Visitors can enjoy the day reading a book or 'swimming.'

Visitors can enjoy the day reading a book or 'swimming.'

Noah Kalina

Noah Kalina

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Sources: This is Colossal, Andy Feliciotti

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