Artist Do-Ho Suh replicated the complete interior of his old home in Korea – only he did it using translucent nylon.
He took sewing lessons from old dressmakers so he could assemble the whole thing himself – and then he built another replica: of his apartment in New York City.
It sounds like the whole thing was inspired by a combination of nostalgia and insomnia; but he talks more about it here, in an interview with PBS.
Meanwhile, you can learn more at Brown University and at Artnet – which is where I found these images.
(Originally spotted at Blanketfort).