"Senior Sylvester Black, who built this model, employed the construction method that resembled the way Candela built his structures, meticulously laying narrow strips of wood across a wooden scaffold and then using epoxy to bind the wood strips together. When the epoxy dried he removed the scaffolding, just as Candela used to dismantle his full-size scaffolds to leave behind freestanding concrete vaults."
Gallery of Following the Principles of Félix Candela: An Experimental Wood Workshop in Chile - 2
The Warren Cup is a unique silver Roman skyphos (or drinking cup) featuring two representations of homoerotic sexual acts. It was most probably commissioned from Greek craftsmen in 1-20 AD (or the first century AD in general) by a Roman client, perhaps during the Hellenising reign of Nero