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“CENTRAL TO THE DESIGN IS THE ‘FEEL OF THE SPACE’: THE PLAY OF LIGHT, REFLECTION, NEUTRAL MATERIALITY, THE CONTROL OF CONTRASTS AND INTEGRATION OF LANDSCAPE.”
SUE CARR.

a work assignment in Chiba, Japan, Shaun Rust once stood awestruck at the sight of , an oversized geometric public sculpture by Melbourne artist Robert Owen. “The sculpture just spoke to me – the colour, the blue he uses, the serenity around it, the form, its geometry. I was captivated,” he says. Rust and his partner Michael couldn’t have predicted that, four years later, a similar piece of Owen’s work would be designed for the

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