Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Gallery Space

This is just one of the drawings I've done this summer. It's a new gallery space I designed in an existing 18th century, Tuscan Villa in Gabbro, Italy. The floor is a glass plane floating just above the inversions of prior groin vaults. Cor-Ten boxes pierce through the large wood beam ceiling and the clay tile roof to allow light into the space.

More to come soon.


  1. that's a tight drawing.

    you know i love that glass floor!

  2. ACTUALLY, when I commented I did it on the email response which I thought posted as a comment. Sorry:) So I need to post on "comments" at the bottom of the pictures - right? Let's see . . .

    The glass floor is amazing! I also love the piercing light through the roof.


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