MoMA PS1 announced today the winner of its annual Young Architects Program, which picks an emerging architect and design team to take over the museum's courtyard for the duration of its annual summer Warm Up concert series.

The 17th-annual installation, Weaving the Courtyard, comes from Mexico City-based Escobedo Solíz Studio, and strays from the sculpture trend of recent years. Rather than break up the museum's courtyard with blobby or rigid forms, this year's winner will install a colorful yarn "cloud" overhead, woven through existing holes in the courtyard's concrete walls. The weave will vary in density, creating patches of shade and geometric patterning across the courtyard.

Like the party wall, fungus tower, and glowing, plastic mesh water purification system that preceded it, this year's installation will use only sustainable and eco-friendly materials. Come summer's end, the yarn will be intact and reusable.

According to the architects, the project as a whole will aim to be "neither an object nor a sculpture standing in the courtyard, but a series of simple, powerful actions that generate new and different atmospheres."

There will also be a fresh-water wading pool in the back of the courtyard, where you'll be able to cool your heels and presumably take a break from Instagramming your friends against the yarn-scape.

You can check out the designers pitching their concept below.