I-Chan Park The color and sculptural design reflected through the stainless glass are the ceiling of the greenhouse with Mondrian's color and perspective, but you can feel the visual impression that the perspective disappears from the photo expression and only the formative beauty remains.
This is the interior view of a small greenhouse, I discovered in Brooklyn, New York. The incoming sunlight made the tainted glasswork shine like a lantern. I was lying on my back looking up to the pointy ceiling. Watching through a wide angle lens I experienced the greenhouse like being in a translucent cathedral. I particularly loved all the details: the glorious light, the colored squares and rectangles, being mixed with plant elements and their shadows. Architectural design by Tom Fruin.