Quinn cut the pieces on-site and let them air-dry for a week. With his material ready and cut to the 3/4 -inch thickness of the floor, he carefully dipped each one into a pan of adhesive and placed each twig. When he thought the floor was ready, he filled it in with the soft grout—a combination of sawdust and oils—that the company typically uses to fill in its end-grain floors. When he and the project manager stepped back and looked at the final result,
Going with Ebony floors.. but I'm scared.. too dark???
Situated in the heart of downtown Chicago, the Crown Sky Garden is a sanctuary for patients, families, doctors and administrators within this 23 story Children’s Hospital. . This regenerative project offers a new paradigm for healthcare design that integrates healing gardens as part of the health care regiment within these institutional environments