Simply Salvage, Half-Moon Door
GRHC - 2010
The half-moon door on the right, typical of outhouse or privy doors in the past, is the entry to the bathroom. Two of the Gothic-style, stained glass windows are featured on the side wall paneled with old barn wood. The vaulted ceiling, forming the roof peaks, rises above. A ladder rests on the tarp covering a portion of the floor that consists of natural and stained planks laid on the diagonal.
|Title||Simply Salvage, Half-Moon Door|
'10 Simply Salvage, a building constructed by Brent Ahmicasaube, was an ArtPrize 2010 entry using ninety per-cent salvaged materials.
|Location In Photo||Grand Rapids, MI|