French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have collaborated with textile company Kvadrat to create this giant installation for the London Design Festival.
Invited by the Victoria & Albert Museum to intervene in any space they wanted within the Museum, the brothers responded with a colourful expanse of 'Textile Field'.
The installation, which is 30 metres long and 8 metres wide, takes over 240 square metres of the famous Raphael Cartoons Gallery.
"Our intention is to propose a different, casual approach to freely experience what can be a quite intimidating environment, such as a museum." say Ronan and Erwan.
"We conceived an expansive, coloured foam and textile piece with gentle inclinations to produce a sensual field on which to comfortably lounge while meditating on the surrounding Raphael Cartoons. Everyone can immerse into this temporary installation, for a minute, an hour or more, that is the idea. No efforts, no apprehension just contemplation."
The Texile Field opens today and will be on show throughout the Festival until the 25th of September.