The arena’s colonnaded walls angle in and out rhythmically, giving a feeling of movement. It may suggest trees in a Delta breeze. The base of the building has not yet been built. When done though, it will be obscured by what the Kings call a “living wall” of climbing plants, literally rooting the building in the earth.
The arena’s colonnaded walls angle in and out rhythmically, giving a feeling of movement. It may suggest trees in a Delta breeze. The base of the building has not yet been built. When done though, it will be obscured by what the Kings call a “living wall” of climbing plants, literally rooting the building in the earth. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
The arena’s colonnaded walls angle in and out rhythmically, giving a feeling of movement. It may suggest trees in a Delta breeze. The base of the building has not yet been built. When done though, it will be obscured by what the Kings call a “living wall” of climbing plants, literally rooting the building in the earth. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com