Flex Fence

Design of the fence was inspired by leaves of oak trees that can be found on the site. Corten modules of the fence can easily align to the funky morphology of the grounds and thus create a playful site specific structure.

Landscape Architecture / fence design: Mikyoung Kim
Project: Flex Fence at Farrar Pond Residence
Location: Lincoln, Massachusetts, USA

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  • Elizabeth 01.02.12

    So inspiring!! Love the shadows and how it frames and interacts with the landscape at the same time.


  • Alan Simec 04.24.12

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    I love this fence so much that I would love to build fence by myself. I would appreciate if design drawing would be available so I would understand more in details.
    Sincerely,
    Alan Simec


  • Rajan Mistry 04.27.12

    The fence is very interesting. Silhouettes of it would be really cool.

    The triangular shards of concrete and grass is pretty awful-looking though, but I blame the mucky grass.



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