Forever Fall is an architectural landscape design with a courtyard and garden installation for a private residence.
Sculptural glass artworks integrate inner and outer space engaging with the surrounding landscape. The glass sculptures also create a communication between the inner and outer spaces of the dwelling. Inspired by themes of nature, the artworks are a connecting medium between the semi-enclosed courtyard level below and the inner residential space.
A close dialogue between client, artist and architect was driven by the open brief resulting in a successful and creative collaboration. Drawn to the aesthetic of Yorgos’ glass, the client gave the freedom to the artist to explore a number of ideas for the project. The design team was further enhanced by contribution of lighting designers, with high quality fabrication and installation by Derix Glass Studios.
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