‘Living Ruin' is a low-to-the-ground, free-form, geometric shape constructed of split granite. It forms a semi-enclosed, safe place for play and resembles a living room.
About the Artists:
Bill Pechet received degrees in geography and visual arts from the University of Victoria before attaining an architecture degree from the University of British Columbia.
Stephanie Robb (MAIBC) is a registered architect who holds a post-graduate degree in architecture from the University of British Columbia and an under-graduate degree in visual art from Simon Fraser University.
Their design partnership has produced a diverse portfolio of projects including private residences, cemeteries, memorials, public art, plazas, commercial interiors, exhibitions, sets and furniture.
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