"I returned to my earlier work, the forest studies that refer to the tree as the derivation of architecture, to the duality of nature and technology, and the classical and the rustic. The opportunity to site this rural building indoors in New York City added another layer to this project. The gazebo is rather classical. But the columns are sections of tree trunks that have been sliced into quarters, the long way. The quarters are turned bark side inwards, giving the appearance of a traditional column. The legs of the dining table are made of quartered tree trunks."
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
A gazebo built for Tiffany and Company. As the Wexlers say:
Posted by Alex Johnson at 11:36 AM