NEW CANAAN, Conn. —The architectural art work The River was the focus of a New York Times article about Grace Farms in New Canaan.
The 83,000-square-foot, glass-enclosed building houses Grace Farms’s activities, the article says. It weaves throughout the site’s wetlands and woodlands, serving as functional art space for meditation, tea ceremonies, a media lab, gym, even a 700-seat amphitheater, the article says.
The Grace Farms Foundation opened the 80-acre preserve in New Canaan to the public last month. The River showcases five glass-enclosed indoor spaces linked by covered outdoor walkways, according to the article.
Grace Farms also was written about in the Times in October .
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