Wednesday, January 21, 2015 , Posted by Admin at 1:27 PM
It contains the very basic architectural elements – fire place, bed, table, stool and a window.
The shelter was a commission by the artist residency Verbier 3d Foundation. It was self-built in the village and transported to the high-altitude sculpture park.
Inspired by a novel written by Swiss writer Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz, the ‘Antoine’ by Bureau A is a small wooden cabin, big enough for the life of one man, is hidden inside a projected concrete rock. Antoine camouflages with its surrounding to create an alpine shelter where one can freely enter and hide.[via - beautifullife]