Lee Borthwick

Lee Borthwick

Lee Borthwick
Lee Borthwick
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Slow wall

Location
Coniston, Lake District
  • Slow Wall :  Walls & flooring by Lee Borthwick

    Slow Wall

    The Slow Wall was commissioned by Grizedale Arts for the living area of Lawson Park Farm, Coniston. The Farm is the base for Grizedale Arts programme of residencies and projects. The brief was to create an organic wall covering for the two curving walls which sit between three arrow-slit windows. Referencing the traditional chesterfield style using local timber pieces and orange wire as a reflection on the local agriculture I molded bundles of rush around the curves to create a sophisticated and warm wall covering.

  • Slow Wall :  Walls & flooring by Lee Borthwick

    Slow Wall

    The Slow Wall was commissioned by Grizedale Arts for the living area of Lawson Park Farm, Coniston. The Farm is the base for Grizedale Arts programme of residencies and projects. The brief was to create an organic wall covering for the two curving walls which sit between three arrow-slit windows. Referencing the traditional chesterfield style using local timber pieces and orange wire as a reflection on the local agriculture I molded bundles of rush around the curves to create a sophisticated and warm wall covering.

  • Slow Wall :  Walls & flooring by Lee Borthwick

    Slow Wall

    The Slow Wall was commissioned by Grizedale Arts for the living area of Lawson Park Farm, Coniston. The Farm is the base for Grizedale Arts programme of residencies and projects. The brief was to create an organic wall covering for the two curving walls which sit between three arrow-slit windows. Referencing the traditional chesterfield style using local timber pieces and orange wire as a reflection on the local agriculture I molded bundles of rush around the curves to create a sophisticated and warm wall covering.

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