Grif?n believed, as Richard does, that concrete re?ects the mechanical means of its production coupled with unique plastic qualities, which allow for patterning.
The net effect is to pay homage to Grif?n while at the same time creating new work which speaks of the mystery of Canberra as a place.
Theme: Walter Burley Grif?n.
Site: These walls are situated adjacent to the Australian Institute of Sport.
Form: An abstracted and enlarged interpretation of one of Walter Burley Grif? n’s concrete tile designs.
Materials: Precast Concrete panels.
Scale: Panels ranging from 2mh to 4mh x 7m long.