Writer’s Block Garden
We partnered with Berlin Architects to contribute this folly to a temporary festival of architecture in Princeton, in which ten architects designed pavilions based on the work of ten Princeton writers.
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To honor several Princeton University professors, an empty lot in the heart of Princeton Borough was transformed into an imaginative garden with the goal of bringing writers and architects together. Each unique garden hut was created by a team consisting of a writer and an architect or architects. This pavilion was designed and built to honor Professor Paul Krugman, made of cedar and oak and topped with a glass eye.