Delightful Wind Portal Composed of 5,000 Hand-Folded Paper Windmills

The ‘Wind Portal’ was built through the collaboration of Lebanese artist Najla El Zein and lighting designer Maurice Asso. A total of 5,000 hand-folded paper windmills were used to create the eight-meter high curtain which was a temporary gateway at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The art installation will be on display at this year’s London Design Festival until the 3rd of November. [via inhabitat]