Architect Jenny Sabin on her prize-winning 'Lumin' installation

Protecting and enhancing the natural environment has become a dominant theme of many modern architecture projects. One example is being showcased by the New York Museum of Modern Art.

    Protecting and enhancing the natural environment has become a dominant theme of many modern architecture projects.

    One example is being showcased by the New York Museum of Modern Art.

    This year's "Young Architects Program Awards" - given by the New York Museum of Modern Art - was won by a dream-like installation called Lumen.

    Jenny Sabin, the architect behind the installation, talks to Al Jazeera about her prize-winning creation.


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