THE EXBURY EGG: FLOATING WOODEN DWELLING


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A bed is provided in the form of a hammock which spans the length of the eggs interior. Yet this hammock can be easily stowed away when not in use during the day by simply disconnecting one of the end hooks, and takes up no space at all.


STEPHEN TURNER’S ARTIST’S IMPRESSION OF THE DWELLING IN WATERCOLOUR DERIVED FROM THE WESTERN RED CEDAR TIMBER USED IN THE EXBURY EGG ITSELF.

The light touch and basic nature of the ‘Exbury Egg’ aims to re-appraise the way we live; to properly consider sustainably and future use of natural resources. Stephen Turner is interested in exploring a more empathic relationship with nature which reveals the precious and transcendent in everyday life.SPUD Group

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