Daniel Arsham’s apartment is a little space, made with a lot of time and a dash of creative inspiration to form this crazy decorative scheme inside of a modest compact condo (less than 100 square feet in size!) in Brooklyn, New York. No less than 25,000 grey and white ping pong balls decorate the walls, transitioning from dark to light as they near the ceiling. The ceiling itself is made of translucent back-lit panels, with a skylight and mirrors to create the illusion of space. The walls look like great big, pixelated screens that fade from gray to white as you approach the ceiling.
I don't think it is made from reused ping pong balls but we can imagine to use old ping pong balls for projects like this one !
++ More info at Snarkitecture website !
++ via FastcoDesign !