The distinctive profile of this habitat — a minimalist sculpture of sorts — was meant to evoke a range of mountain peaks and valleys, or perhaps fox ears. The work was assembled from surplus Presidio cypress removed as part of the Presidio Trust’s reforestation program. Sculpture Habitat for the Gray Fox was very much of the forest, while also remaining apart by virtue of its forceful sculptural angularity.
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CEBRA has garnered international attention for projects ranging from urban planning to industrial design. Performative Urbanism, its vision for environmental restoration and sustainable development in Beijing, China, was featured in the 2006 Venice Biennale, where it earned CEBRA the prestigious Gold Lion award.