Vote for Heceta Head out of Canned Goods
Check out Arciform’s scale model of Heceta Head Lighthouse made out of Campbell’s soup cans! Compare it to the real deal here:
Practically identical right?
Here’s the view from above:
Help us win the People’s Choice Award (and check out the other cool structures designed and built by local architecture and construction firms) by “liking” the picture of our project in the Facebook Album here.
Check out how the team managed to replicate the inset windows in the work house and create the “red tile roof” out of tomato sauce cans.
You can watch Arciform and Ankrom Moisan in action (and get a look at how the structure was put together) with this video clip from KPTV’s Joe on the Go.
Deep thanks to the Interstate Fred Meyer for helping us secure our cans and congratulations to the Arciform and Ankrom Moisan Team, who were up at 4 am on Monday to stack their way to Historic Preservation success, all in support of a great cause!
Why Heceta Head Lighthouse, you ask? We had the honor of restoring doors, millwork and flooring in the lighthouse in partnership with our sister company Versatile Wood Products.
Here are a few images from that project:
We invite you to check out our team’s hard work at Pioneer Place Mall. The Canstruction projects will be available to view (and vote!) through April 27th, 2013.
We are so proud to participate in a project that does so much good for Oregon’s most Vulnerable Families. Join us in supporting the Oregon Food Bank.
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Great Post! It was a blast working with you all again, and hopefully we’ll get back to back people’s choice and bring a lot of awareness to this great event and the Oregon food bank.