Here are ten beautiful views of pop-up architecture (and Bjarke Ingels) from the 2015 Burning Man Festival

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Courtesy Bjarke Ingles Instagram

(Courtesy Bjarke IngelsInstagram)

As the Burning Man festival comes to a close, here’s a look at what pop-up architecture was exhibited at the Black Rock site in Nevada.

Attracting a diverse audience including an unwelcome plague of insects, Burning Man closed on Labor Day. During the festival, it has almost become expected to find many weird and wondrous sculptures and art installations ranging from psychedelic letterforms to giant wireframe naked statues by the likes of Marco Cochrane. Architect Bjarke Ingels was also on the scene wearing some very steampunk goggles.

Take a look at ten of our favorite images found on Instagram of the annual festival.

Breathing Woman

A photo posted by Bjarke ingels (@bjarkeingels) on

Burning Temple

A photo posted by Bjarke ingels (@bjarkeingels) on

Pyro-serpent

A photo posted by Bjarke ingels (@bjarkeingels) on

https://instagram.com/p/7diw7Cxrku/

Hearted baby #BurningMan2015

A photo posted by Ksénia Vavilova (@kseniacarenou) on

❤️ #burningman2015 #burningman #love

A photo posted by choo de sa * (@marymart) on

#burningman #burningman2015

A photo posted by choo de sa * (@marymart) on

Red Moon (no filter)

A photo posted by Bjarke ingels (@bjarkeingels) on

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