Solarium as it's called, was designed and constructed by artist William Lamson.
This sweet little fully functioning greenhouse pays homage if you like to a tiny mountain chapel, a place for quiet contemplation or even Thoreau's one room cabin.
Each of the one hundred and sixty two panels is made of sugar, heated to different temperatures and then sealed between two pieces of glass.
There's more to contemplate here...
Monday, July 15, 2013
William Lamson's Sweet Little Hilltop Solarium Is Made With Panels Of Caramalized Sugar...
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That is a sweet house.ReplyDelete
This is so lovely....I hope it never develops a leak....oh my......one sticky mess!ReplyDelete
More than sweet Dizzy, it's delicious!!ReplyDelete
Sweet, delicious and beautiful too.! Love it.ReplyDelete
Sweet idea! Here I think the ants would find a way in no matter how well it's sealed.ReplyDelete
Sweet sunshine and fresh air!ReplyDelete