Saturday, April 24, 2010

Fibonacci update

It looks a tad bit underwhelming in this photo, but the Fibonacci inspired motor court is pretty much complete.


We have a few more details to work on such as sealing the concrete, filling in some asphalt and connecting the irrigation system to all the plants.


But for the most part we are done.


Will post better and a full range photos later .


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7 comments:

Christine said...

I love the process shots as it really shows the amount of detail necessary to create such a wonderful bit of functional sculpture.

house things said...

Very, very nice!

Tim said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

I Love th detailin the process shot too! Very beautiful...inspiring

Anonymous said...

Looks great! How was the concrete cut so precisely? Or if it was a mold that was used what sort? I can't imagine wood making those curves.

Deviant Deziner, aka Michelle said...

Thanks for your feedback.

The expansion joints in the concrete were made with the regular old joint notch tool that runs across the concrete when it is wet.

We used masonite and plywood and benderboard for the voids in the concrete for setting the pebble stones.

michelle

Laura said...

I love it! Creative & stunning use of an ordinary space!