Thursday, February 2, 2012

Material Process Product - REFLECT

Here is some progress on Spillman Farmer's latest fun, The Partnership for Innovation on the City of Bethlehem's Southside. We have taken a non-descript former silk mill building nested within gritty alley vernacular and gave it an interesting daytime and nightime prescence.



Call it environmental art, or marquis, we call it vibrant with a traffic calming effect to boot! Stay tuned for more-we intend to submit this project to the VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good.

Many thanks to our co-conspirators over at Boyle Construction for all their great efforts to realize the design intent throughout the entire project.  Picture below are Jeff Utsch & Bill Gambler after completing the reflector installation, not pictured but every bit as important are Shane Follweiler, Ed Flowerdew, Ken Duerholz, & Sean Boyle.

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