'New Horizon' Boasts Layers of Overlapping Plywood Elements

By: Jana Pijak - Aug 4, 2015
References: fubiz.net
Created as part of Denmark's Sculpture by the Sea Festival, 'New Horizon' is a wood installation that embodies a chaotic air. The imaginative sculpture was created by 37.2 Workshop, a design studio that layered various plywood elements together to create this finished product.

The result is a layered wood installation that is accented with two rectangular window openings. While these openings are penetrated with sunlight during daylight hours, they are even more dynamic in the dark. Drawing inspiration from minimalist painter Rothko, 37.2 Workshop creates a complex and chaotic version of layered, linear forms.

This installation is experiential and dynamic, appearing mysterious and inviting all at once. While the sculpture's spatial elements make it chaotic, its warm finishes give it an inviting and calming air.