LD256s set into the planter walls on this project provide a glow of light to every other step leading up into the generous garden. The alternative levels of light between the steps that are lit and the ones that are not contrast wonderfully with the alternating appearance of the dark planting set against the light coloured stone work.
Set into the pavement, outside the museum in Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, Coade stone work, in the form of ammonites, reflecting both local history (Eleanor Coade) and the palaeontology for which the town is famous. Built on the site of the home of Lyme’s renowned fossilist Mary Anning, the museum is an architectural gem. Distance from Shaftesbury to Lyme Regis is 53 miles
When someone connects with natural materials and the laws of nature, and brings to them experience and creativity, the result, in Thea's case, is a collection of flowing sculptures. This is the extraordinary work of Thea Alvin an artist, sculptor and dry stone mason based in Morrisville, Vermont, USA. See more of her work here www.naturalhomes.org/theaandstones.htm