A small minty cabin (3m[l] x 3m[w] 2.7m[h]) is proposed for insertion into the festival landscape. The cabin has no roof but is enclosed on all four sides with the exception of an entrance. Thought of as a space of fragrance – it is built of wooden walls that hide and preserve a garden of mint and other plants. The interior accommodates seats for two. It should be a smelly place – in a good way.
[all colours and plants with the exception of mint are yet to be decided…]
Campaign: asmallmintycabin kickstarter
These images show the project digitally conceived preconstruction, developed by apastoreality, it is to be built for Brainchild Festival 7-9 July in East Sussex.