Temple for Peace A concept proposal for Burning Man 2017

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By: Beave | March 03, 2017

Thanks for all your support.

Regretfully our plans for 2017 are on hold.

Burning Man are unwilling to offer us the 50% funding we need & have chosen a less expensive option this year.

Can’t do this thing without a realistic fundraising target.

So we now have a great design and an extraordinary worldwide bunch of crew & collaborators ready to go.

We are looking at options to make this happen in the future.

If you have ideas to help with an achievable funding strategy would love to hear from you.

Timing is everything.

Peace is an eternal endeavour

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By: Beave | January 30, 2017

The Temple for Peace has been designed for interactivity. The open areas at ground level & stairs leading to the 3 large accessible platform/deck areas encourage visitors to explore.

The Temple for Peace invites visitors to approach from any angle. A circle of 12 lamp holders with seating built around each one invites participants to stop and rest, take in the majestic prayer tower and gothic-inspired arches, and enjoy the otherworldly music of the earth harp when it is being played.

Upon deciding to enter the Temple, visitors must choose from 24 entrances, ranging from large, open, sculpture lined 16 foot high archways under the three bridges, to smaller, more mysterious, 8 foot openings shrouded by curtains or intricate arched panels f...

By: Beave | January 23, 2017

The Temple for Peace leadership team are in New Zealand right now, filling in the full application form that needs to be submitted to Burning Man by the end of January.

Drawings, budgets, project plans, descriptions, changes, iterations, crew role lists & gallons of chardonnay.