The Adobe project consists of two monumental works, both related to traditional low cost architecture. The first sculpture was built in The Gambia, with the Adobe technique that consists of sun dried clay bricks, a building technique mostly found in hot climates. In The Gambia Project the monument was in a direct dialog with the strong imposing nature and the golden coloured earth of Africa. The exterior of the sculpture was shaped in tense vertical lines, covered with a layer of ochre termite clay. The interior shape was more organic and the daylight was filtered in through small alter shaped openings, creating a sacral atmosphere.

Material: Local clay, termite clay, cow dung and wood.
Size: H. m. 7 x W. m. 6 x L. m. 12