CLB Architects presents FILTER. The antithesis of Times Square, FILTER is quiet and serves as a moment for inward looking.
The intent of the installation is to create a place of contemplation where one is removed from the chaos of city noise and everyday life. The experience is meant to create a moment of discovery, allowing visitors to enter a mental space of solace. Constructed of steel and wood, FILTER is a tactile, sustainable, renewable structure that celebrates our precious natural environment represented by a specimen tree. The chapel-like structure fosters a sense of calm and encourages the visitor to be in the moment, connecting with themselves and this introspective environment.
In addition to providing a domicile for momentary meditation, the installation also serves to deliver a message about reuse of material. At the close of the event, the structure will not be destroyed, but will be placed in a public park and will be used in the same way for generations to come.
FILTER is designed by Jackson Hole WY and Bozeman MT based CLB Architects, with material donation, fabrication and installation in partnership with Emit Technologies (Sheridan, WY), Spearhead (Nelson, BC), and Dowbuilt (Brooklyn, NY). The team is led by architect Eric Logan, Partner, CLB Architects.
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