About the project:
Winning entry for the Breen National Sculpture Competition
Pod Pod is integrated into the 'Gwluuyan Garri Dilya' (Garden for Children Laughing) at the Royal Botanic Gardens NSW and responds to the vision, ‘nurturing a love of nature’, and the Mount Tomah Botanic Garden location.
Pod Pod presents a visually intriguing sculptural form that invites interest and interactivity where closer inspection reveals a highly detailed tactile surface. The artwork’s intriguing sculptural form and surface detail relate directly to the surrounding landscape and environment.
|Location:||Mt Tomah Botanic Gardens, NSW|
|Dimensions:||3 at 400mmH x 500mmW x 3mL|
|Landscape Architect:||Michael Carle|
|Client:||Royal Botanic Gardens Trust Sydney|