The Exbury Egg is one of the most uncommon and most exciting things you could ever see when exploring the waters of the Beaulieu Estuary. It’s a extremely mysterious structure. Obviously,it is shaped like an egg. That considerably is clear. But you cannot even guess its function or function simply due to the fact it doesn’t give out any clues.
This egg-shaped construction is both a floating home and a study station for Stephen Turner. He specializes in prolonged-phrase artistic explorations of environmental settings and he worked with the designers of Room Placemaking and Urban Style (SPUD Group) to create this uncommon venture. The Egg is floating in the Beaulieu Estuary for a 12 months, throughout which the artist will examine the shifting patterns of its marine ecology. He’ll also occupy this time with a series of ar2rks inspired by the surroundings.
The task is really ambitious, not just from an artistic stage of view. It also raises awareness of the significance of safeguarding the nature and the environment. It’s also about sustainability. Building the egg was a challenge. It has a smooth exterior and an interior which seems to be surprisingly relaxed. There is a hammock there which appears like plenty of enjoyable to sit in and a work station with a desk and some storage area. It is not the most comfy place but it is remarkable nevertheless.