Each summer, visitors to MoMA PS1 in Queens, N.Y., are treated to a new installation by a chosen architect and this year, they'll be getting a lesson in bio-based materials and natural processes. This year's installation, by New York designed David Benjamin, will not only feature towers that rely on stack-effect ventilation to cool visitors, but will also feature two unique bricks: one made of corn stalks and living mycelium and another a reflective option made of thermoformed optical film.

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