Fallen Star by Do Ho Suh
 

Fallen Star by Do Ho Suh

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This image lets us appreciate the house’s tilt; it’s cantilevered at a 10 degree angle, while the interior wood floor is tilted by 4 degrees.

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2smoketree added this to COTTAGE
July 18, 2013
Small symmetrical cottage
marsharebel added this to art
July 1, 2012
This image lets us appreciate the house’s tilt; it’s cantilevered at a 10 degree angle, while the interior wood floor is tilted by 4 degrees.
kingcobragolf88 added this to Architecture
July 1, 2012
Artist Do Ho Suh is making people think about the precarious idea of home. His latest work is a powder blue gable roof cottage, the 18th permanent sculpture commissioned by the Stuart Collection at the University of California, San Diego. Suh, who came to the United States from Seoul in 1991, had to physically and mentally readjust to his new surroundings. The feeling of being plucked out of the comfortable and familiar and lodged into a dizzying unfamiliar environment is what this installation-sculpture, “Fallen Star,” is all about. The house is catilevered at a 10 degree angle, while the interior wood floor is titled by 4 degrees.
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