A barn office studio Phoenixville, PA
This was a private commission in a restored barn space converted into a studio office. Featuring a multi axis mobile 33’ x 15’ greeting guests at reception. Created with mixed metals and dichroic color glass inlays. The wind vane on the peak of the roof previews the unique experience visitors will have on entering this restoration.
The top of the barn has a metal wind vane sculpture when approaching the barn. This was the setup for a visitor to know this will be a different experience. The combination of the metal mobile creation hanging in the office entry with the custom wood restoration created a unique environment. The difference of the two surfaces and reflections of the metal texture and beauty of the glass color inserts was the impact intended by the owner and the artist Myron Wasserman.
The commission was for a very creative owner of this wonderful estate and the whole process was a fantastic experience for the designer and fabricator Myron Wasserman. Having the support and belief that this would be a great installation made Myron Wasserman say, "I am so proud and thankful for the owner's support and what we accomplished." This is why I grind metal and labor over every detail of my creations.
The patronage and support of artists visions is something the world needs to keep supporting so we can have a new renaissance today and into the future.
Share Via Email
CODA: Collaboration of Design + Art
The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.
[ manifesto ]
Art matters. Attention to the details of our environment leads to love of place, which brings us to take responsibility for the spaces where we live and work. And by extension, the people with whom we live and work. And by extension, to our local communities, our cities, our nations, and our world.
We champion the role of artists in our society. We need artists to provide us with inspiration, creativity, and imagination, and to help us envision a better world.
Architects and designers know that remarkable design can change everything. They connect the dots across disciplines, collaborating with artists to make the world a more beautiful place. They are the ultimate patrons of the arts.
In the process, design professionals promote imagination and creativity, and through their commissions, make original art integral to and accessible in people's lives.
Art in our public and private spaces helps us fight ordinary buildings, ordinary streets, ordinary cities. We celebrate the extraordinary.
The architecture of our buildings and the design of our interiors affect our happiness and well-being. Each of us deserves a daily dose of inspiration.