Ballroom by Patrick Dougherty

U.S. Artist Patrick Dougherty have created a new series of architectural sculptures from tree saplings which he calls the ‘Stickwork’.

‘Ballroom’ (model of a cathedral, built from willow tree saplings) is an architectural monument that composed from more than 10 tonnes of willow tree branches that sits in Australia, Melbourne’s Federation Square.

Structure whose form takes influences from the architecture of the nearby Flinders Street Station and St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Commissioned as part of Federation Square and Creative Production Services, as part of the Public Space’s 10th anniversary, ‘Ballroom’ is open to the public until early 2013.

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