Flare

Materials: Spalted beech, gold leaf

Created: 1999

Client: First Season House for an Art Lover/Glasgow City of Architecture and Design

H: 4m W: 1m D: 1m

Categories: Commissions

Flare is a tapering hollow column, made in four sections which is widest at the top, it was made to be seen in relation to the House for an Art Lover – it relates to its architecture. The wood is irregularly marked spalted beech, the top section is cut at an angle then shaped, it has a gilded interior.

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