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Sugar Solarium.

Constructed using 162 window panels made purely of cooked sugar, William Lamson's Solarium, formerly at Storm King Art Centerwas a greenhouse of sorts inspired by isolated, nature-ensconced sanctuaries - "like a mountain chapel or Thoreau's one-room cabin," says the artist. In addition, he continues, "the design references the architecture of a plant leaf." Sweet.


The solarium is no longer at Storm King, but I'd still love to visit this summer. Have you been? 

See more at William Lamson's website, here. Photos via William Lamson and Pierogi Gallery. © Storm King Art Center. Found via Architizer.
 

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