Ziger/Snead, the architectural firm that designed some of the residential buildings at Woodbourne, where I work, is celebrating their 25th anniversary this year. They hired a talented visual artist to create a project that used a common theme to unite 25 of their buildings over 25 days.
Lee Freeman, the artist, created a concept that had a massive yellow balloon traveling around the city, landing on buildings that Z/S has designed or renovated.This morning, Lee and his colleague arrived at Woodbourne, just before Tropical Storm Nicole, which is barreling its way up the East Coast. We had a great time with this eight-foot tall yellow balloon around our campus.
Shooting hoops… Balancing on the corner of a ladder… Rolling it across a roof-line… Playing Wicked Witch from the Wizard of Oz… (and that’s me under there!) Playing more hoops… Framing artistic shots… And generally having a great time, while acknowledging the impact that Ziger/Snead has had on the city of Baltimore. For another great post about this, please visit my friends at Stone Hill Farm.