It seems the application of the "tinted and sculpted sprayed concrete" has begun. Take a look at the rock face at the far left in the picture below and decide for yourself if it looks like the natural Ordovician shale it's meant to replicate.
Still to come is the "installation of vine like planted material" along the top of the rock face, reminding us that Frank Lloyd Wright once observed, in a lecture published in 1931, "The physician can bury his mistakes,--but the architect can only advise his client to plant vines." The same advice holds for the application of shotcrete.
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