Salt Marsh Fog

Fog emerges from a stainless steel woven wire cube within a landscape of granite cubes on a granite slabs etched with micro-biological imagery. 

 

This location is on the edge of a former salt marsh. Cast bronze oyster shells, similar to those found on the site during excavation for the park, are fixed along the carved granite runnels to receive and deflect the flow of runoff water.  

 

Granite, bronze and stainless steel with high pressure water fog mist.

 

Site: University Park, MIT and private Research complex, Cambridge, MA

 

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