Thick Clusters of Wooden Birdhouses by London Fieldworks Sprawl Across Tree Trunks
5 monthes ago - By Colossal
“Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven.” All images © London Fieldworks
In London Fieldworks ' delicate creations, architecture meets nature. Its installations feature pine-colored clusters of minuscule wooden forms that appear to grow upon vast tree trunks. Founded by artists Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson, London Fieldworks is a collaborative and multidisciplinary arts practice with projects at the intersection of architecture, sculpture, installation, and film.
Each of the homes has rounded windows and doors, while those on large evergreen trees resemble natural objects, such as wasp...
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