Asked to design a space for an art collector whose body and walls were already covered in decoration, architect Thom Faulders capped off the project by creating a piece of art out of an often-overlooked canvas: the ceiling. Read Full Article
Architect Thom Faulders inside his Berkeley studio.
Installation of the ceiling was a laborious six-week process that included the painstaking and evenly spaced assembly of each row of panels, one carefully placed piece at a time. Finally, three coats of white paint were applied as the finishing touch. The specificity and uniqueness of the panels, despite the time-consuming installation process, was intrinsic to the overall desired final appearance.