a room for art

February 7, 2008 at 6:38 am Leave a comment

This concrete art gallery by Andreas Fuhrimann and Gabrielle Hachler is reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings in the way it engages the landscape.



The walls and spaces are meant for art but the architects composed them in such a way that I question the need for it. Although, the empty volumes and barren walls could be begging for something more. The seamlessness of the concrete begins to make a place for art with no distractions. A place this seemingly simple respects the art that will sit within it. While standing alone, it becomes a piece of art. Do any of you artists out there have a preference as to what type of space would best suit your art? Would this be it?



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