Little Office Building #2    1987

collection of Museum of Art and Design, New York City 1987
pine and enamel
6’ x 3’4” x 3’4” (closed position)

When closed a simple pitched roof building. The building opens to reveal a complexity of functions.  The interior provides a chair and its own storage place, a sliding writing surface, cubby holes for pencils and letters, shelves for supplies and pegs for hanging.    Each quadrant was built independently from each other and  without measuring.  When brought together the white colored pieces of wood were used to fit the parts together snugly to create the whole.