Dream has partnered with award-winning architect and artist, Henry Lau for this project. Henry’s designs are known for their innovative and creative use of space, light, and materials. His designs reflect his belief that architecture and urban design should be responsive to the needs of the community and the environment.

Birds are social creatures, representative of family and community. Together, the sculptures and nearby urban wetland will create a cohesive reminder of our connection to the environment and our responsibility to protect it.

In this episode we visit Henry and the team at Riverbend Metal Shop for a glimpse at the design and construction process of our upcoming roundabout sculpture: The Crane’s Dance.

Episode 2: Birds of Brighton

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Episode 1: Birds of Brighton


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