GV participated in the 2012 Design Biennial Boston — chosen by the jury as one of four practices among the “most significant design leaders among Greater Boston’s early-career, independent professional talent.” Our accompanying installation acts as a puzzle — a geometric satisfiability problem. Twelve stones were cut from a single piece of granite; nine were arranged in the gallery. The missing stones were disguised as stone dust on the floor or as triptych reflections in an interior glass curtain wall.
archive: Design Biennial Boston
stone quarrying and milling: Fletcher Granite