Colour photograph of a white caravan from outside the wooden orchard gates, framed by trees, with a red brick tiled cottage behind it. If you look very carefully, you can see a Westie immediately behind the gate.


Holton Lee

Holton Henge - initial design July 2009

This wooden labyrinth in the form of a henge is designed to be bio-degradable.
Timber circles in Britain date to the late Neolithic and early Bronze ages.

This is an adaptation of a classical labyrinth structure. Unlike mazes, labyrinths are not designed to be difficult to navigate; rather, there is a clear path through to the centre. Instead, the experience of travelling through the labyrinth is designed to be contemplative. At different times in history, labyrinths have also held different religious meanings.

Pencil sketch of a 3-ring circular labyrinth design, with a log seat and wooden font at the centre

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