This site-specific installation is situated in Viotia region, Greece, on a sea-cliff site that is earmarked for future construction.
This land art work pioneers the idea of “site inauguration” – a symbolic gesture of building a small temporary structure, ahead of the main construction, using only locally found materials.
It relies on gravity and minimum fixings to stay in place.
While building the Round House we observed the site’s flora, rock patterns, soil colour, as well as the reflections and textures of the sea.
Through the collective ritual of building the structure we symbolically eased the site for the forthcoming construction.