Sebastian Mariscal: MCASD Installation

MIX exhibit installation for Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Sebastian Mariscal architect, cool wood entrance installationMIX exhibit installation for Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Sebastian Mariscal architect, cool wood entrance installationMIX exhibit installation for Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Sebastian Mariscal architect, cool wood entrance installationClick to enlarge

Mexican-born architect Sebastian Mariscal, now based in La Jolla and Boston, has a string of AIA awards under his belt along with projects that range from homes to restaurants to hotels and even a winery. He also created this tunnel from plywood that served as the entry to the exhibition Mix: Nine San Diego Architects and Designers at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego La Jolla. I love the texture, the varied wood tones, and the red and green flecks throughout on the tips. Nice installation!

Photos: Sebastian Mariscal, A/N, and Chimay Bleue’s flickr

via Arquine

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