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A massive interactive installation that opened this week fills the U.S. National Building Museum's cavernous Great Hall with an all-white house, pool and pavilion designed by New York-based design firm Snarkitecture.Visitors to "Fun House" enter the free-standing structure filled with interactive pieces through what looks like a primitive cavern entrance, created by hammering and chiseling away at a solid piece of EPS (expanded polystyrene) architectural foam.The main structure looks like a typical American house, complete with a white picket fence – except this one was built with EPS foam."Fun House" is up at the Great Hall of the National Building Museum through Sept. 3 .
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