constructive-works

beneath the beach the pavement

henry|seaton. new work. work in progress. photo_image becomes extended into the spatial. in this case 30million years of geological rock strata captured by a modernist construction. below the beach is the pavement or something like that.

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beneath the beach the pavement

henry|seaton. new work. work in progress. photo_image becomes extended into the spatial. in this case 30million years of geological rock strata captured by a modernist construction. below the beach is the pavement or something like that.

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table-saw extras

_rexhenry _table-saw. sliding_table_fence. with plywood stops. #table #fence #aluminium #steel #plywood #material_culture #making from instagram: http://ift.tt/2mAzDoo

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table-saw extras

_rexhenry _table-saw. sliding_table_fence. with plywood stops. #table #fence #aluminium #steel #plywood #material_culture #making from instagram: http://ift.tt/2mAzDoo

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henry|seaton. new project. plywood sculpture.

henry|seaton. new project. plywood sculpture? furniture? artefact? ‘objets à réaction poètique’ as corbusier called them, or ‘objects of poetic reaction,’ were part of le corbusier’s eclectic collection of objects from nature that he used to examine ideas of structure. #sculpture

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henry|seaton. new project. plywood sculpture.

henry|seaton. new project. plywood sculpture? furniture? artefact? ‘objets à réaction poètique’ as corbusier called them, or ‘objects of poetic reaction,’ were part of le corbusier’s eclectic collection of objects from nature that he used to examine ideas of structure. #sculpture

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modern archaeology, ancient architecture.

archaeologists have literally walked through history after discovering britain’s oldest pavement. the unique stone pathway was built more than 4,000 years ago and is the only one of its kind in the uk. experts at the site claim the 4ft

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modern archaeology, ancient architecture.

archaeologists have literally walked through history after discovering britain’s oldest pavement. the unique stone pathway was built more than 4,000 years ago and is the only one of its kind in the uk. experts at the site claim the 4ft

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zennor quoit. neolithic chambered tomb.

zennor quoit. neolithic chambered tomb. w borlase the antiquarian drew a plan of the site in the mid-c18 when the capstone was roughly horizontal and the chamber was set into a low stony mound approx 12.8m in diameter. by the time his great-great grandson visited the site in the middle of the c19, the capstone had slipped and the western upright supporting it had snapped.
the site today comprises two chambers set into a low stony mound. the main chamber is trapezoidal with its long axis running off NNE by 75 degrees. the western end is 0.83m wide, reducing to 1.9m. the total length being 3.16m. the capstone now tilted and following the line of the supporting stones is 5.33m by 2.9m and weighs about 9.45 tonnes. it has an antechamber at the eastern end formed by two impressive portal stones.
quoits are among the oldest megalithic architecture on the west penwith peninsula and would have represented a local variation of a tradition which had travelled from the levant up the west coast of spain to brittany, to arrive in cornwall in the late neolithic, around 3300 bce on route to wales, anglesea and ireland

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zennor quoit. neolithic chambered tomb.

zennor quoit. neolithic chambered tomb. w borlase the antiquarian drew a plan of the site in the mid-c18 when the capstone was roughly horizontal and the chamber was set into a low stony mound approx 12.8m in diameter. by the time his great-great grandson visited the site in the middle of the c19, the capstone had slipped and the western upright supporting it had snapped.
the site today comprises two chambers set into a low stony mound. the main chamber is trapezoidal with its long axis running off NNE by 75 degrees. the western end is 0.83m wide, reducing to 1.9m. the total length being 3.16m. the capstone now tilted and following the line of the supporting stones is 5.33m by 2.9m and weighs about 9.45 tonnes. it has an antechamber at the eastern end formed by two impressive portal stones.
quoits are among the oldest megalithic architecture on the west penwith peninsula and would have represented a local variation of a tradition which had travelled from the levant up the west coast of spain to brittany, to arrive in cornwall in the late neolithic, around 3300 bce on route to wales, anglesea and ireland

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merry men – newlyn’s dancing stones

newlyndancingstones view pdf conceived as a provocation, the merry men – newlyn’s dancing stones, is not a intended as a replica, but a translation of the merry maiden stone circle or ‘dans maen’, situated to newlyn’s west just above lamorna cove. each one

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merry men – newlyn’s dancing stones

newlyndancingstones view pdf conceived as a provocation, the merry men – newlyn’s dancing stones, is not a intended as a replica, but a translation of the merry maiden stone circle or ‘dans maen’, situated to newlyn’s west just above lamorna cove. each one

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WESTplace house

http://www.architectureand.com/westplacehouse.html

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WESTplace house

http://www.architectureand.com/westplacehouse.html

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