Various: Resin, Resin w/silicone, clay, dyed concrete, cast bronze
Now you too can buy a piece of the historic Cranbrook architecture. These copies are replicas of a fieldstone that was used in the most recent renovation of the historic stone walls that encircle the campus. The original is now permanently buried inside the eastern pillar of the northernmost gates on campus. They can be made in a variety of materials of the buyers choice. They are made custom and will require a minimum 1 month turnaround time depending on the material. Cost is material dependent.
Item is located in Washington DC. Shipping available for an additional fee. Contact email@example.com for a custom shipping quote.
Ryan Andrew David is an artist and designer who splits their time between the Northeast Megalopolis and and the Sonoran High Desert. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from The Pennsylvania State University, and is a former resident of the Arcosanti Urban Laboratory.
David’s multidisciplinary practice utilizes sculpture, installation, and performance to investigate architecture, the built environment, and the urban condition. His work analyzes space and place in minute detail, looking for indications of past histories and drawing new associations to envision possible futures. His most recent work investigates performance architecture.