2019

Loreto, BCS, Mexico

Nopoló Flow

Stone, glass, marble, ceramic tile, Mexican smalti, vitreous glass tile, rusty metal

18 feet

This architectural commission was created in collaboration with mosaicist, Lynn Adamo and installed at a private residence in Loreto, Baja, Mexico. The mosaic begins at the front entrance to the home and winds its way ten feet up the exterior courtyard wall through a pergola, continues winding two feet over the top of the courtyard wall, and finally flows downwards six feet towards the water where it ends at a stone scupper that acts as a small fountain pouring water into the swimming pool.

Credits:

Design by Lynn Adamo

Facilitation by Rochelle Rose-Schueler and Lynn Adamo

Fabrication and installation by Rochelle Rose-Schueler and Lynn Adamo

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