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Gravity-defying staircase by Close to Bone climbs up to the sky

In a war against its own weight, the stairway tower designed by studio Close to Bone, was the response for a vandal-proof structure that overlooked the fairy tale forest of Kabouterbos.

Thomas Sayer, Gyre, Earthcast concrete, 1999.

River Reels is the first in a series of large outdoor pieces which use the invented technique, called “earthcasting.” Each reel is made from reinforced concrete poured directly into a trench cut into the earth.

Leaf Fall - Corten steel -  1500 x 1500 x 150mm, 2011 A commissioned sculpture for a collector with a leafy landscaped garden. Mounted on a revolving spindle the sculpture turns in the wind like the leaves during their cycle of life. by Martin Hill

Leaf Fall - Corten steel - 1500 x 1500 x 2011 A commissioned sculpture for a collector with a leafy landscaped garden. Mounted on a revolving spindle the sculpture turns in the wind like the leaves during their cycle of life. by Martin Hill

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