This significant artwork was conceived by American artist James Turrell, famous for his work at Roden Crater and the Keilder Skyspace. Brennan & Wilson Architects were commissioned to undertake the detail design and construction of this piece located in a remote glen. The skyspace allows for a unique progression of aural and visual sensory experiences from the wooded burn to sitting under a spectacular elliptical aperture, open to the sky.
The work was privately commissioned and is not open to the public.
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