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The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum unveiled today the Museum’s historic Monks Garden redesigned by Michael Van Valkenburgh. The Garden, which was originally designed by Isabella Stewart Gardner during the installation of the Museum in 1901, has been reinstalled several times since that time. Van Valkenburgh was commissioned in 2012 to redesign the cloistered garden adjacent to the historic building and connected to the exterior gardens which surround the Museum’s new wing designed by Renzo Piano.
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The light piece creates refracted light compositions with dichroic and reflective acrylic at each window of the historic Light Tender’s House on the 14th Street Bridge on the Potomac River that once served the drawbridge that is the entry gateway to the nation’s capital, Washington D.C.
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Sailing Club is located on Nha Trang Beach, right at the heart of tourism area of Nha Trang City, one of the tourist attractive cities in Vietnam due to the nice long beach and dramatic sunrise at dawn. The restaurant is owned by our client, an Australian owner, who started this place since it was a backpacker bar in 1994 until, nowadays, become a fabulous and most famous bar and restaurant in town. Sailing club, until then, had developed its own well-known signature of tropical, rustic and luxurious beach bar and restaurant.
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From the artist: “I borrow the view of the traditional landscape and change it with the use of photography. The skies and landscapes in the series “Pop!” are painted with clouds of colored smoke, which are released from canisters, levitated into the physical space from which they are photographed. It is through this process that I am making something that I find simply beautiful.”
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