Surface Deep: Undulating Installation Invites Visitors to Climb Atop Its Mossy Nooks

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Friday, July 13, 2012
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Asensio_mah & Harvard’s Graduate School of Design’s moss-covered installation is architecture on the cellular level

When visitors stroll through Quebec’s Redford Gardens, the first of many large installations they come upon is Surface Deep, an undulating, moss-covered structure designed by international architecture firm asensio_mah in collaboration with students from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. It was built last summer, but with this year’s Metis International Garden Festival, Surface Deep is once again getting major foot traffic in the most literal sense of the word. Surface Deep is a mountable, climbable series of snaking panels that invites visitors to explore it in its entirety, from its long, sweeping form to its small, mossy nooks.

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