Installation artist Laurent Gongora’s Les Cascadeurs “redraws” the shape of a waterfall in France’s mountainous Massif Central region. To do this, he attached 24 geometric metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux that together forms an eight-meter-high diamond that diverts the torrent. The project features horizontal bars beneath each peak that were designed for adventurous wildlife to have some respite from the falling water. “There is a small wooden perch under each roof, in case a ‘stunt bird’ would like to come and shelter,” Gongora explained. (source).