4. Sun Logs
Made from London Plane wood found at White City
The sun logs are a reminder to be celebrate and be grateful of the natural cycles and its gifts.
The Analemma is the annual path of the Sun seen from Earth. Its extreme points coincides with solstices and equinoxes. This one was seen from the Northern Hemisphere.
The analemma is a stamp to be used during social gatherings for the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year.
The sundial is based on the exact coordinates of Stave Hill Ecological Park and is another tool to celebrate and value each moment of the longest day of the year. It is in remembrance of the circadian rhythm which shapes our everyday.