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The red elliptic construction serves a dual purpose. It marks the entrance of the school as well as it sets the theme for the further environmental sculptural development of the school's surrounding areas. The red square acts as e constructive base from where the elliptic curves emanate - flowing into the straight perimeter lines which lie in collinear planes.

The other two elliptical segments, which mirror the ones connected to the four by four meter square steel plate, were combined as a floor piece on the north-east side of the school.

The red steel sculpture - an element in an evironmental sculpture by the site specific sculptor, Lucien den Arend.

Farel - 1988|1990 parallel rows of Italian poplar trees and steel elements - the red construction is the starting point of the floor piece around which the layout pivots - 40mm painted steel - 500x500x150cm - Farel School - NL


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