A maximum, minimalistic garden on a space of 130/130/130 cm. The European interpretation of Japanese Zen Gardens. Forming a cube with a pruned yew and a limestone. The joint between both is defined by an almost diagonal line through the cube. Two materials, plant and stone, a simple shape, following Mies van der Rohes claim:"Less is more". The sculpture moved from Germany to Armenia, where it is placed at the beginning of the Prince of Wales Avenue in the United World College in DILIJAN, ARMENIA.
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