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CODAmagazine: Placemaking Art II

Defining, activating, and creating spaces: design + art collaborations that give new life and meaning to everyday environments.

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  • “Public artist Catherine Widgery is on a mission to enliven our perceptions and engage our brains, to awaken us to the places where we live and work. That may sound like an impossible task until you’ve observed the world through her artist’s eyes.”

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    Seeing Magic: The Public Art of Catherine Widgery - CODAworx

    Seeing Magic: The Public Art of Catherine Widgery - CODAworx

    Public artist Catherine Widgery is on a mission to enliven our perceptions and engage our brains, to awaken us to the places where we live and work. …

  • “The 10,000 pound sculpture, designed, fabricated and installed by Gordon Huether Studio is made of stainless steel and native cedar timbers. The amphitheater sculpture takes its aesthetic cue from the landscape design and blurs the line between art, sculpture and landscape. Fifty inset LED lights are embedded into the curved stainless pipes, creating a beautiful glow for evening use.”

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    Rostrum | Miramar - CODAworx

    Rostrum | Miramar - CODAworx

    The 10,000 pound sculpture, designed, fabricated and installed by Gordon Huether Studio is made of stainless steel and native cedar timbers. The …

  • “23' GFR Concrete and cast Iron Mill components. Commemorative sculpture about the paper mill that founded the town, now re-purposed as Civic Center City Hall. Meant to both honor and inspire toward a new future. The piece sits at the mouth of the "Race" a canal cut 150 years ago to power the mill's water wheel, and includes hardware from the old mill.”

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    Renaissance Race - CODAworx

    Renaissance Race - CODAworx

    23' GFR Concrete and cast Iron Mill components. Commemorative sculpture about the paper mill that founded the town, now re-purposed as Civic Center …

  • “The building site is a small breach in the fence around the territory. It ends in a rusty corten volume of a gatehouse on the one side and flanks a stalin-style 5 storey administration house with the eaves on the other side. We decided to make two microvolumes instead of one and to connect the rusty cube and the Stalin-style façade by some structure made in different style.”

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    "Flacon" micro-office at Flacon Design Factory - CODAworx

    "Flacon" micro-office at Flacon Design Factory - CODAworx

    Our architectural studio received a commission from Flacon Design Factory to design a micro-office. The task was difficult, almost impossible – to …

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