1,ooo non-toxic resin leaves coated with phosphorescence. During the day the leaves ‘recharge’ and at night give off a ghostly, ethereal glow. The installation was inspired by a Japanese Buddhist festival of the same name that honors the spirits of one’s ancestors.
In the new book Handmade Houses: A Century of Earth-Friendly Home Designby Richard Olsen, Lucy Goodhart (Photographer), Kodiak Greenwood (Photographer). The Book explores the history of ecological architecture, telling the story through a presentation of homes located in the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Australia, giving special attention to the woodbutcher movement that grew out of 1960s environmentalism.