The project consists of a sequence of sculptures arrayed throughout the project area. Each element is a concrete “wall” cast on site: as the mould for each “wall” is sculpted on the ground on which the piece will be erected, each acquires unique, unrepeatable characteristics. The collection of elements constructs an enfilade of walls running though the entire site, a sculptural promenade to be seen from afar and experienced from within.
Taking the alongated site as an opportunity, the walls are arrayed according to the rhythm of the neighbouring buildings, echoing the patterns of agriculture, while a gradient of colour throughout the composition looks at the palette of the pictorial tradition of Nunspeet. The unique combination of openings, colour and surfaces produce a collection of open air rooms, a scenography for unexpected encounters which transforms private rituals into civic moments.
Throughout the seasons, the composition changes: winter reveals the silhouette and exalts the chromatic qualities of the pieces, while the lush summer vegetation becomes the protagonist as the sculpture becomes a scene.