Wall Sculpture Installation

Matt and Ben completed their latest project last Thursday—a static sculpture that crawls from wall to ceiling in the lobby of a brand-new affordable housing development right here in Portland. The piece is made of reclaimed wood slabs, and it spans 10 feet wide by about 10 feet tall.

Here's a before shot of the space:


And—ta da!—the final piece (completed, in true Ekko fashion, in the middle of the night):

Another Local Project!

We have mobiles and sculptures hanging all over the world, but only two in our hometown of Portland. So we're super excited to be working on a third local project! This one is for the lobby area of an affordable housing development.

Due to space constraints, we determined that a static wall/ceiling sculpture would work better than a kinetic sculpture, so we'll be using an empty wall and ceiling space above the residents' mailboxes to create this piece:

We'll use reclaimed wood pieces, which will add warmth to the space and tie in nicely with wood accents in the lobby.  We'll be completing the installation in a couple of weeks, so stay tuned for updates!